Stefano Pasqualetti completes "soothing and timeless" condos in Tribeca - article on Dezeen
Pasqualetti designed the interiors of the four residences inside 403 Greenwich – a condominium building that local architecture firm Morris Adjmi slotted between two buildings in the neighbourhood's West Historic District.
Recently completed for developers Colonnade Group, it features a blackened facade punctured by large windows on the outside. The building houses three duplex apartments and a four-storey penthouse, each detailed with a simple material palette of steel, marble and wood that Pasqualetti describes as "soothing and timeless".
Edra products resemble locations in Tuscany
“Our Story” is the book that narrates Edra’s 30th anniversary in 189 pages, seen through the lens of four photographers who have captured the chameleon-like aspect of the objects...
Photos from "A BrandNEW YORK" on VOGUE ITALIA
Stefano Pasqualetti architect and photographer. Stefano was born in Pisa, Italy in 1985. He worked at David Chipperfield Architects and Peter Marino Architect in New York following photographic, architectural and interior design projects all over the word for luxury brands among others Chanel, LV and Bulgari. Stefano’s first photo book is “Emotions Form Pisa” a photo collection dedicated to his hometown in Tuscany with preface by prof. Howard Burns. ....
Photoshooting for B&B ITALIA New Flagship Store in Madison Avenue New York
B&B Italia opens a new flagship store in New York, at 135 Madison Avenue, right in the heart of Manhattan. A prestigious space with 5 large windows with an area of 800 m2 - 9000 sq.ft. - to scenically present the design and international lifestyle of the B&B Italia and Maxalto collections.
Designed by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel Interiors, the store on Madison Avenue applies the new concept of product presentation that began during the renovation of the B&B Italia’s showroom in Novedrate HQ.
GIOVANI FOTOGRAFI CHE ANCORA NON CONOSCETE
Stefano Pasqualetti, 30 anni, pisano di nascita e newyorkese di adozione. Dopo essersi formato come architetto all'Università di Ferrara e alla Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa si trasferisce a Milano per lavorare nello studio meneghino di David Chipperfield. Nel 2011 si trasferisce poi nella Grande Mela dove tuttora vive e lavora presso lo studio Peter Marino Architect.
BOFFI DEPADOVA SOHO
Photo reportage for Boffi Soho NY
ARTICLE ON THE PLAN OCT 2015
Photo reportage for Listone Giordano NY
ARTICLE ON ABITARE OCT 2015
Photo reportage at Museum Tower New York for DomoArchitecture NY
This collection of pictures is a New York photo story.The artificial lights and people are essentially scarce, as it is more about a city that is heard, tasted and lived.These are sketchy blurs of moments, details and sensations that usually do not catch the eye of so many that are pulled away by the frantic and violent jolt of the city that never sleeps.
ARTICLE ON ARCHDAILY
“Emotions from Pisa” is more than a collection of fine photographs: it is an exploration of the dialogue between place and photographer. The “emotions” of the shots are recognized, captured and made available to us..
ARTICLE ON DOMUS
Stefano Pasqualetti, the author of “Emotions from Pisa”, goes along with the observer in a photographic stroll through the colours, surfaces and lights of the Grand Tour City of the Leaning Tower, Pisa.
“Pasqualetti shows us the Pisa that we know and above all a Pisa that we never noticed. ...
PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION AT POLTRONA FRAU SHOWROOM SOHO
EMOTIONS FROM PISA EXHIBITION - INTERVIEW TGT
There is more to Pisa than the famous Leaning Tower and you can see that at Casa Italiana Zerilli Marimò. Indeed the home of Italian culture at NYU is now hosting a unique photographic essay by the title Emotions from Pisa by Stefano Pasqualetti.
You are a native of Pisa, what emotions does the city give you?
Yes I was born and I grew up in Pisa. Each and every event of my life story took place in the streets, alleys and squares of this city, so I thought I knew it well ...
ARTICLE La Nazione
Un incrocio di emozioni si fondono nelle foto architettoniche di Stefano Pasqualetti, tra immagini oniriche che sospendono il tempo, contrasti climatici, suggestioni nelle forme dei palazzi pisani riflessi nell’acqua o nei bellissimi rilievi su chiese ed edifici storici talvolta nascosti all’occhio umano.
NON SOLO LA TORRE, PISA È UNA CITTÀ DI GRANDI EMOZIONI
NEW YORK. In “Emotions from Pisa”, raccolta di scatti dell’architetto pisano Stefano Pasqualetti, classe 1985, le fotografie- in mostra nella Grande Mela presso la Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marmò, Dipartimento di Italianistica della New York University - raccontano agli occhi di un meravigliato pubblico statunitense, una storia tutta pisana, dove tempo, luci e geometrie si fondono in un connubio indissolubile.