Diego Terna


Diego Terna (Brescia, 1979) graduated as an architect from Milan Polytechnic in 2004. Before founding Quinzii Terna Architecture in 2012, together with Chiara Quinzii, he worked for Stefano Boeri and Italo Rota. He has written for C3 Magazine, Abitare, Compasses, Klat, Arch’it and has worked as an editor for several online magazines. Terna teaches at Milan Polytechnic, IUAV Venice, the University of Milan and collaborates with NABA (Milan) in the Certificate Programme for the Design of Products and Interiors. He also contributes to his own blog L’architettura Immaginata.

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