Francesco Tomassi

Francesco Tomassi was born in Viterbo in 1934 and studied at the University of Pisa, from which he graduated in 1959 in Civil Engineering, mentored by (Prof.) Fernando Clemente and, in 1972, Tomassi graduated in Architecture from the University of Florence under the supervision of (Prof.) Pierluigi Spadolini. Although he has had his studio both in the historic center of Pisa (Lungarno Buozzi) and in the heart of Livorno (Via degli Avvalorati, Via Roma and Via Borra), today the engineer-architect lives and works in his House-Studio in the countryside of San Giuliano Terme. Since the early 1960s, Francesco Tomassi has carried out in Italy and abroad an intense activity as engineer and architect for some of the most prestigious clients. As a highly cultured admirer of the Tuscan territory, Tomassi projected in Pisa the Headquarters of the Communist Party, the Faculty of Economics and Commerce of the University of Pisa and the Congress Hall, planned the restorations of the Scuola Normale at Piazza dei Cavalieri and its Library, as well as the restoration of the Headquarters of the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna…

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