Studio Gritella was founded in 1985, becoming Studio Gritella & Associati (arch. Gianfranco Gritella, arch. Carlo Fenoglio) in 2004.
The activities of the Studio mainly involve refurbishment and adaptive reuse of large historical buildings, in Piemonte and in Italy, and the restoration of listed buildings. The Mole Antonelliana, organised as the home to the National Cinema Museum, the new Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art at the O.G.R. and the restoration of the Palazzo Reale, all in Torino, the castles of Lagnasco and Gavone in Finale Ligure, the work at the Reggia di Venaria Reale, in the chapel of the Holy Shroud, in the churches, monasteries and convents of Piemonte, Liguria and the Aosta Valley are just some of the most important works carried out in recent years. The Studio also deals with organisation and planning in the museum, sports and hotel trade areas, with both public and private clients, always with particular awareness of the qualitative and cultural content of the project.
Thanks to the integration of specialist skills and diversified experiences, it is possible to deal with the entire commission, from the concept to the planning of construction details, including the overall management of the site in its numerous and varied aspects.