Aldo Andreoli is a licensed Italian Architect who received his degree from the Politecnico di Torino in 1977. His combined passions for architecture and travel have directed Aldo's work which includes an impressive portfolio of innovative and challenging commercial and residential projects that span five continents. Italy, Panama, Arizona, and New York are just a few of the regions where his work has made him a recognized international talent.
After working in both Europe and South America, Aldo moved to New York CIty in the early nineties, where he founded the architectural practice, Aldo Andreoli Associates and SANBA, a design-oriented development company collaborating with some of the city's top project architects, engineers and contractors.
Starting with the renovation of 56 Thomas Street, a small TriBeCa warehouse building converted to condominium during 1993/94, SANBA was arguably the first company in New York to understand the importance of design in new developments.
Aldo continued with design oriented development during the renovation into high end loft condominiums of 140 Franklin Street, an existing beautiful Romanesque Warehouse Loft building in Tribeca originally built and designed by Albert Wagner. Finishing in 2001 140 Franklin street was highly successful and is regarded as one of the first Tribeca loft conversions blending the Industrial Architectural Details of old New York Warehouses with contemporary designs and features.
After the success of 140 Franklin Aldo moved to the serene deserts of Sedona, Arizona where he designed and built multiple single family residences, as well as several land developments. During this period he travelled to Panama where he undertook the design of the Panama Tower with his partner team, CREA USA. In 2009 Aldo returned to New York City to continue his passion for New York City Architecture.
Aldo and his team are currently working on multiple projects around the world including a fashion studio and condominium development in New York City, a single family residence in the beautiful hills of Monterrey Bay, California, and exploring new concept designs in Italy and China.