Alessandro Pasquale is a multi-disciplined architectural and interior designer with a renaissance education and a contemporary style. Born in
Padua, Italy in
1983, Alessandro became
sensitive as he grew up to the natural beauty and historic details of this centuries old town that cultivated his “old soul” embrace
of current modernity.
As a young man, he departed for Rome to earn an architectural degree at the University of La Sapienza, Valle Giulia School Of Architecture. In 2009, he moved to Milan where he studied and graduated Cum Laude with a Master in Exhibit Design at Polytechnic University of Milan. Alessandro likes to say “I was reborn in Rome, but learned my creative process in Milan. I was educated to design, and acquired the engineering skills to execute a completed vision from idea, to renderings, to materials, to build and deliver a finished product as my services.”
From the very start, the driving force in Alessandro Pasquale’s works has been the “obsessive” attention for details and the close relationship he nourishes between architecture, interior design and photography. In his projects, the subtle transition between all of these disciplines are realised in combination with a spatial design that continuously aim to the essence. The use of pure and tactile materials result in a harmonious and timeless design; functionality, durability and comfort are the components of Alessandro Pasquale’s work.
In 2011, Alessandro moved to New York and his first job was with Jeffrey Mckean Architects. He was then affiliated with real estate developer Ross Morgan as an in-house interior architect and advanced to become director of interior design for luxury residential development and retail spaces.
Alessandro Pasquale established his own practice in New York City in 2015. A renaissance, open architecture designer, his clients range from hospitality, fashion retail, corporate spaces, trade show exhibitions and event design. He enjoys working internationally with projects in Japan, Europe and across the United States. Currently he is working on product design as well, in collaboration with different brands and companies.
Influenced by the Brutalists and masters of minimalist modernism such as Louis Kahn, Carlo Scarpa, Gio Ponti, Ricardo Bofill and Frank Lloyd Wright, the Pasquale look reflects his youth in Padua with attention to details, unified beauty and flourishes with a blazing, modern, minimalistic sensibility.
Alessandro Pasquale’s distinctive aesthetic continues to flourish. He approaches each project with an organic design process that leads each client’s space to a specific tone of voice and character to reflect their brand’s content and lifestyle.