Carlo Cappai and Maria Alessandra Segantini founded their architecture office C+S ASSOCIATI in Treviso, Italy, in 1994. They have been visiting professor in architectural design at the University of Venice from 2003 to 2009 and at the University of Architecture of Ferrara from 2007 to 2010. Their work is published in the most important architectural reviews such as: Abitare (I), AD (UK), Area (I), A+U (J), Architectural Review (UK), AW (D), Bauwelt (D), Casabella (I), D’Architettura (I), Detail (D), Domus (I), L’Architecture d’Aujord’hui (F), Loggia (E), Spazio e Società (I) and The Phaidon Atlas of 21st Century World Architecture (UK). They won the following international architectural prizes: • 2011, Dedalo-Minosse International Architectural Prize, Honourable mention: Water filtration plant • 2010, WA AWARDS, 7th cycle, Winner: PPS. Ponzano Primary School • 2010, WA AWARDS, 6th cycle, Winner: WFP: Water filtration plant • 2010, Faces of design, Berlin, Winner: office activity • 2009, Mies van der Rohe Award, Selected: WFP: Water filtration plant • 2009, Sfide 2009 Prize of Italian Landscape Ministry, Winner: PPS. Ponzano Primary School • 2009, European ColourDesign Prize, Honourable Mention: Nursery school in Pederobba • 2008, AR Award for Emerging Architecture, Honourable Mention: Water Filtration Plant in Sant’Erasmo Island • 2008, Interntional prize “Architettura e Colore”, Honourable Mention: Nursery School in Pederobba• 2006, Gold Medal of Italian Architecture, Winner of the section Education: Nursery School in Covolo di Pederobba • 2006, Archés Prize, 3rd price: University students’ housing complex and services in Florence • 2006, Città di Oderzo architectural prize, Honourable mention: Nursery School in Pederobba • 2005, Luigi Cosenza architectural prize, Honourable mention: infrastructures of Sant’Erasmo island• 2004, Città di Oderzo architectural prize, 1st prize: cultural structures and infrastructures of Sant’Erasmo island • 2004, Dedalo-Minosse Prize, Honourable mention: cultural structures and infrastructures of Sant’Erasmo island • 2004, Archés Prize, Honourable mention: cultural structures and infrastructures of Sant’Erasmo island • 2001, Città di Oderzo Architectural Prize, winner: school Complex in Caprino Veronese • 2000, Luigi Cosenza architectural Prize, Honourable Mention: social housing complex in Marcon. Their work was exibited at the 12th Biennale of Architecture of Venice, at the Triennale of Milan, in Vienna at the Architekturzentrum, in London (UK) at RIBA, in Madrid (Spain) at the Arquerìa de los Nuevos Ministerios, in Paris (France) at the Cité de larchitecture et du patrimoine, in Nice (France) at Forum d’Urbanisme et d’Architecture, in Varsavia (Poland) at the Museum of Architecture, in Leuven (Belgium) at the M van Museum, in Prague (Czech Republic) at Zlaty rez a Nàrodnl galerie, in Munich (Germany) at the ArchitekturSalon, in Essen (Germany) at Kokerei Zollverein, in Piran and Lyubiana (Slovenia). Carlo Cappai and Maria Alessandra Segantini (partners of C+S) have been visiting professors for Architectural Design in the Universities of Architecture of Venice and Ferrara and thay have been speaking in many international lectures at the University of Trieste, at the Politecnico of Milan, at The Auditorium (Leuven), for the University of Montevideo (Uruguay), for Yale School of Architecture (USA).