Enrico Davide Bona

Enrico Davide Bona
A pupil of Angelo Mangiarotti and Giancarlo De Carlo, Enrico Davide Bona is a lecturer in Architectural and Industrial Design at the Department of Architecture of Genoa. He was formerly the editor-in-chief of the well-known magazine Casabella and is the founder of EDB STUDIO, with offices in Milan, Genoa and Paris. In over forty years of work in architecture and design, he has tackled the most complex themes in a huge variety of dimensions: from the creation of largescale works such as universities, libraries, hospitals and residences, to lightweight structures and industrial design products, integrating educational and scientific research also at other university institutes in Europe and around the world.  In 1994. he received the San Carlo Borromeo award for his career, with Giuliano Colombini and Marco Zanuso.

Enrico Davide Bona

Enrico Davide Bona

A pupil of Angelo Mangiarotti and Giancarlo De Carlo, Enrico Davide Bona is a lecturer in Architectural and Industrial Design at the Department of Architecture of Genoa. He was formerly the editor-in-chief of the well-known magazine Casabella and is the founder of EDB STUDIO, with offices in Milan, Genoa and Paris.

In over forty years of work in architecture and design, he has tackled the most complex themes in a huge variety of dimensions: from the creation of largescale works such as universities, libraries, hospitals and residences, to lightweight structures and industrial design products, integrating educational and scientific research also at other university institutes in Europe and around the world. 

In 1994. he received the San Carlo Borromeo award for his career, with Giuliano Colombini and Marco Zanuso.