I always try to reduce the distance between the space where we live and the everyday practice we do at home, in a hotel, in a shop...
I'm often asked about what motivated me to become an architect; my answer is that my family taught me that it is important to love and do a good job. I grew up in an environment which was plowed and controlled by the Romans, but also surrounded by nature and the landscape marked by our important Venetian villas.
One of my teachers, Aldo Rossi, who guides me with his written works or architectures in some moments of confusion, often says: "your homeland is the gate of your house as well as the gate of the world". With this passion I got close to the home design, and to the soul of buildings which come alive with the presence of man.
I always try to reduce the distance between the space where we live and the everyday practice we do at home, in a hotel, in a shop; it is important that people feel captivated and comforted with the presence of that piece of furniture or object they are surrounded by, which will become part of their lives and memory with the passing of time. Cinzia Simioni plans, designs, writes, and is culturally committed through the Cultural Association of Architecture.
After her degree in 2007 at the IUAV university in Venice, and after an experience in New York, she came back and now collaborates with important Italian and international architects also through international competitions.
From 2008 onwards, she approaches the world of museum setup, temporary and permanent exhibitions in Venetian Villas and in the center of her city, Padova. She follows the world of art and photography by arranging exhibitions and collaborating with national and international artists and photographers.
From 2011 on, she is one of the founders of the Cultural Association of Architecture, which takes care of promoting architecture and its themes in our territory; also, she is one of the curators of the Progetti Di Architettura book collection, published by Poligrafo Casa Editrice..