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Valentini Andrea Architect
GBC Chapter Italy Marche



He graduated from the Venice Architecture Institute in March 1986 with a score of 110/110 with a degree on the work of the Luigi Moretti architect.
He started to practice the profession of architect also continuing the family business in real estate.
He focused its experience in the residential sector in both new construction and renovation projects combining all the phases from to preliminary design to the construction following all the whole project management. He gained extensive experience and nearly three decades of  professional activity with special attention to all the issues of building sustainability.
In 1998 he took a specialty Enea  course on energy savings while in 2009 he got Casaclima Junior Expert Diploma; in 2013 he got the professional accreditation from the Green Building Certification Institute, USA, as LEED ® Green Associate and in Spril 2014 he got, from GBCI, the accreditation as LEED® AP (Accredited Professional) BD + C (Building Design + Construction). 

He pursues actively many  activities as a member of the Italy Green Building Council following both courses of education that events, actively involved in the foundation of the Chapter Marche of Italy GBC. Since January 2018 is secretary of the Chapter Marche of Italy GBC.


The LEED and CAM Protocols: art and application issues.

Seminar organized by the Association of Engineers in Macerata province and the Commissions for Environmental and Energetic Sustainability and Public Works, Macerata 19th January 2018.

Sustainable requalification for ancient buildings: MEIS museum in Ferrara and GBC Historic Building.

Bioarchitecture and  Home Automation Week, Modena 27th November 2017.

Sustainable requalification for ancient buildings: MEIS museum in Ferrara GBC Historic Building.

Riabita Festival, Fermo 18th November 2017.

Apartment interventions: from safety regulations and requalification to demolition and new construction (with case studies).

Deep renovation seminar, Association of Engineers in Ancona province and Edicom Editions, Senigallia 15th November 2017

Requirements for environmental sustainability in healthcare spaces: LEED and CAM (Criteri ambientali Minimi - Minimum Environmental Criteria).

Meeting for technical AULSS areas in Veneto region, Conegliano 16th June 2017.

Design the restoration around the world. MEIS - National Italian Judaism and Shoah Museum in Ferrara.

Salone del Restauro, Ferrara 23rd April 2017.

Sustainable requalification for ancient buildings, a case study model for post-earthquake architecture: MEIS museum in Ferrara.

FutureBuild Meeting Tour 2017, Naples 12nd April 2017.

Sustainable requalification for ancient buildings: MEIS museum in Ferrara GBC Historic Building.

MADE EXPO, Milan 9th March 2017

Rebuild with new rules: experiences and opportunities.

Roundtable in Marche region with universities, mayors, companies and building technicians, Porto San Giorgio, 6th March 2017.

LEED certification from GBC Historic Building's point of view, obtained by MEIS museum in Ferrara.

Evento organizzato da Edilfrair Costruzioni Generali S.p.A., Triennale Milano 8th November 2016.

MEIS - National Italian Judaism and Shoah Museum in Ferrara. History, innovation and future.

International meetings for restoration and requalification, Officina L'Aquila, 26th October 2016.

MEIS - National Italian Judaism and Shoah Museum in Ferrara.

SAIE, Bologna 21st October 2016.

Resiliency and sustainability for architectural restoration. Opportunities and developments.

Salone del Restauro, Ferrara 9th May 2015.

MEIS - National Italian Judaism and Shoah Museum in Ferrara.

GreenBuild, Verona 10th October 2016.




Contribute as a single part in the transformation of the building industry towards environmental sustainability criteria that reports not only to energy performances of the building but also to the quality of its indoor quality and the recovery of traditional materials. The energy performance of the building reached and pushed to the highest levels must closely relate to the "simplicity" of the building organism comprised in its operation, management and especially in its “durability”. The building is a complex organism where achieving Mies (ian) memory of "less is more" is strongly present not only in terms of formal aesthetic. We are getting used even in contemporary architecture to images that must "wear out" quickly, they must impress, strike but we see icons that become old early. To the "complication" of the energy performance building it needs a "simplification" as a return to natural materials and longevity of the tradition, often attempt difficult but necessary. To get an "integrated" production both the design and the management of the building as a process need a continuous and constant work in progress, with a focus on sustainability protocols such as the LEED® rating system represents in the world.

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