Corsi Hirano was founded in Sao Paulo by Daniel Corsi and Dani Hirano in 2007. They both worked together in varying capacities since the beginning of their training as architects in 1999. After each undertaking their own professional experiences in Brazil and abroad they founded Corsi Hirano Arquitetos in 2007.
The studio practices both architecture and urbanism and have accumulated a depth of experience in various typologies and scales. Certain that the practice of architecture should also be linked to academic reflection, the studio maintains a strong bond with research and universities.
Daniel Corsi graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism at the Mackenzie University in 2003. He then worked with architects in Brazil, Mexico and Spain. He gained his masters at the FAU-USP in 2009 and has been a professor of FAU and FAU-Mackenzie-Senac since 2010.
Dani Hirano graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism at the Mackenzie University in 2003, he then worked with architects in Brazil and Mexico.
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