was founded in 2002 by Pier Vittorio Aureli and Martino Tattara. From the beginning of its activities, Dogma has worked on the relationship between architecture and the city by focusing mostly on urban design and large-scale projects. Parallel to the design projects, the members of Dogma have intensely engaged with teaching, writing, and research, activities that have been an integral part of the office’s engagement with architecture. Dogma is also active in offering consultancies to municipalities and agencies concerned with urban planning and architectural issues. Dogma’s work has been widely published and exhibited. In 2006, Dogma has won the 1st Iakov Chernikhov Prize for the best emerging architectural practice and in 2013, on the occasion of the exhibition ‘Dogma. 11 Projects’
the first monograph on the work of the office was published by the AA Publications.
Pier Vittorio Aureli
studied at the Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia and later at the Berlage Institute in Rottedam. Aureli currently teaches at the AA School of Architecture in London and is visiting professor at Yale University. He is the author of many essays and several books, including The Project of Autonomy (2008) and The Possibility of an Absolute Architecture (2011).
teaches at the Faculty of Architecture, Catholic University of Leuven. He studied at the Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia and at the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam. His main theoretical interest is the relationship between architecture and large-scale urban design.
Luciano Aletta, Ezio Melchiorre, Andrea Migotto, Antonio Paolillo, Elena Calafati, Tommaso Mola Meregalli, Matteo Novarino
Collaborators since 2002:
Yimin Zhu, Sabina Tattara, Sebastiano Roveroni, Alice Bulla, Julia Tournaire, Francesco Marullo, Georgios Eftaxiopoulos, Maria Shéhérazade Giudici, Tijn van de Wijdeven, Sara Usai, Dennis Pohl, Valentina Rigoni, Radu Remus Macovei, Lorenz Adriaens, Mauro Forlini, Hubert Holewik, Giovanna Pittalis, Ophélie Dozat, Stéphanie Savio