Dario Castellino was born in Cuneo in 1965 and graduated in architecture at the Politecnico di Torino in 1993. In 1994 he founded the homonymous studio dealing with architectural design, restoration, urban retraining, restoration of religious buildings, museums, planning of residential buildings for public and private customers.

He took part at the design of the multifunctional district for the City of Cuneo, he dedicated himself to the recovery of Tucci Russo Contemporary Art Gallery, to the restoration of Roccasparvera Castle, to the recovery of the Fortezza Albertina in Vinadio, to the valorization of Linari Castle, to the recovery of the Paraloup and Campofei villages, the creation of the Victor Salvi Museum, to the Valorization of the San Paolo’s Church in Caraglio, to the construction of the Parusso’s Winery in Monforte d’Alba and dozens of residential buildings.
He collaborates with international artists and the Politecnico di Torino.

Some of his works are published in magazines and architecture books.

The arch. Castellino has won the following prizes:
• “The Plan Award 2017”
Finalist with recovery project of Borgata Paraloup.
Finalist with recovery project of Borgata Campofei.
Finalist with renovation and extension project of Parusso’s company.
• Fare Paesaggio 2016
Special mention for the recovery project of Borgata Campofei.
• Architettura Arco Alpino 2016
Winner with recovery project of Borgata Paraloup.
Finalist with recovery project of Borgata Campofei.
• Gubbio 2012
Ex aequo prize for the recovery project of Borgata Paraloup.
• Konstruktiv 2010
Prize for the recovery project of Borgata Paraloup.
• Premio Architetto Italiano 2017
Selected by the National Architects Council for the Italian Architect Award 2017.

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