Alberto Apostoli was born in Verona in 1968 and graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Venice in 1993. He started his firm in 1997, looking for an innovative path within the profession; in terms of the approach to projects as well as the themes dealt with within them.
The area of Wellness design is a synthesis of: architecture, culture, philosophy and the ability of a project to speak to the body, mind and soul of people. Over the course of 25 years, he designed iconic projects and products for various brands that have opened new markets in the wellness sector.
Projects of Studio Apostoli always aim to address well-being: it is not important whether they are spas, hotels, houses, stores, products or urban parks, it is important that the essential and unique common values are at the center of each project.
Just as unique as the relationship with the territory and nature is the inspiring thought that is at the core of each project and the emotion that it must communicate. Sustainability, also, has immediately assumed a primary role because it is inextricably linked to the concept of well-being for the planet, which is indispensable for the well-being of people.
For over 10 years, Alberto Apostoli has been sharing, writing and trying to explain the “relationship between wellness and architecture” in Italy and abroad.
“Writing, as well as drawing, is a way for me to clarify and research the meaning of what we design; a way to synthesize the enormous amount of reasons, thoughts and inspirations that underlie my work and, if you like, ultimately the driving force behind why I do it”, says Alberto Apostoli.