Luca Miragoli

Luca Miragoli

After obtaining his degree in environmental architecture from the Politecnico di Milano, Miragoli then went on to do a specialized degree in sustainable architecture at the Università di Parma.

He spent three years working on international projects at various architecture studios and also worked with companies in the fields of renewable energy and sustainability.

He joined Goppion in 2012 as a Project Manager where he has managed domestic projects like the Polo Museale in Sestri Levante and Castiglione Chiavarese, the Musei Capitolini in Rome, the Compendio Garibaldino in Caprera, and international projects, such as the Australian Museum in Sydney, the Folger Shakespeare Library, the Foundation National Archives in Washington D.C., the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver and the Royal College of Arts in London.

Recently he worked with OMA in engineering and manufacturing the “Tools for Life” furniture collection by KNOLL.