The Brave Drawn World of Fabio Barilari

The Brave Drawn World of Fabio Barilari

Fabio Barilari | architect and artist



Fabio Barilari graduated with honours + publication of his thesis, in Architectural Design at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”, with projects on the Harbour of Ancona (Italy).

Architettonica ©Fabio Barilari

Following his degree, he collaborated as free-lance with several prestigious professionals, among which Arch. Massimiliano Fuksas Associati, with whom he participated in the International Competition for the new Congress Center of Rome “La Nuvola” (1° Prize) and Arch. Manfredi Nicoletti ( the project of new Hall of Justice of Arezzo), Arch. Livio Sacchi, 3C+T, Modimar Engineering.

Architettonica #1 ©Fabio Barilari

Since 2008, Fabio Barilari developed his professional activity, extending his research, beyond architecture, to sectors related to graphics, illustration, and painting.

Harbour Town ©Fabio Barilari

From 1995, he gave lectures and collaborated in several courses of Architectural Design in various Universities, among which in particular, La Sapienza, Cornell University in Rome and Arcadia University / Moore College.His art work was presented in January 2013 in the personal exhibition at the Chiostro del Bramante in Rome titled “Il Senso delle Cose”.

Spain ©Fabio Barilari

Previous personal exhibitions include “Free Style” in 2008 and “Living Colour” in 2010 at the St. Stephen’s Cultural Center Foundation in Rome; “Degrees of Abstraction” at the Mel Sembler Gallery – US Embassy, Rome, in August 2011.

DWG # 0022 ©Fabio Barilari

Since September 2013 he has been involved in a project financed by the Goethe-Institut, presenting the currently on-going German program of developing and strengthening the system of public and private libraries of the country, as well as the particular importance given to the high quality of architectural design.


Follow Fabio’s brilliant work on instagram @fabio_barilari and his great blog

Source/Credits: Fabio Barilari Architetti



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