JM Architecture, founded in 2005 by Jacopo Mascheroni and based in Milan, provides a range of architectural and design services to a variety of international clients. The firm has been working at different scales with real estate developers as well as private clients, and is currently involved in a series of residential and hospitality projects in different countries. Each project is approached as a unique opportunity and is a tailor-made solution incorporating the firm's meticulous attention to details, finishes, and materials selection while following ideals of simplicity, coherence, clarity and harmony. In all work, the appropriate integration of the architecture into the site and the surroundings is a priority, and careful implementation of energy efficient solutions are hallmarks of each project. Refined, pure and timeless architectural lines meet with the most advanced technology to provide a combination of exceptional aesthetic elegance, utility and comfort. With passion and hard work, JM Architecture is providing cutting edge design and a clear statement with a recognizable path. The works have earned international attention and have been published in print on four continents as well as widely published online. In 2012 JM Architecture has been selected by Wallpaper Magazine as one of the 20 emerging practices from around the world.
Jacopo Mascheroni was born in the Milan province in 1974. He was educated at the Politecnico di Milano and the Ecole d'Architecture Paris Belleville and he completed his studies at the University of California at Berkeley. He began his professional career in the United States at Stanley Saitowitz / Natoma Architects in San Francisco, where he worked on several residential projects. He moved to New York to join Richard Meier & Partners, where he was the project manager and design principal for the Jesolo Lido Village, which has received a number of important international prizes and awards. In 2005 he was granted a United States Green-Card for extraordinary ability in the field of architecture. Later he established JM Architecture in Milan and has been invited in numerous occasion to lecture about the firm's projects both in Italy and abroad.