The design practice was founded in 2009 by Professor Alberto Breschi, Claudia Giannoni, and Serafina Amoroso, who left in 2012.

The practice is rooted in the theoretical research of the Florentine radical architecture movement Zziggurat founded in 1968 by Alberto Breschi, Roberto Pecchioli and Giuliano Fiorenzoli. Breschistudio combines to this theoretical research a professional integrity capable of undertaking the many aspects regarding architectural and urban projects, from those concerning the conception and development of the project to those related to construction and management.

In 2011, Breschistudio associati together with Studio Tecnico – AC (prof.A.Vignoli, ing C.Consorti) and Technology 2000 srl founded ASI progetti Integrati srl to deliver end-to-end real estate projects along with engineering expertise.

From 2012 to 2017, Alberto Breschi and Claudia Giannoni led Breschistudio associati, and in this period the practice carried out some of the most significant projects.

The Studio has a consolidated network of specialised collaborators (structures, installations, landscape, restoration, art, graphics, economy). In particular in the field of restoration the studio has collaborated for years with Professor Giorgio Bonsanti, Superintendent of the Hardstone and Restoration Workshops of Florence and member of the Louvre Conservation Commission.

In parallel to the professional activities, the Studio carries out research activities which involve public entities and various Italian universities with which many interdisciplinary studies have been undertaken on a variety of themes proposed by public or private entities.

In the field of specialised Design, both public and private, it has addressed topics related to the architecture of the main urban functions, designing residential as well as specialised buildings, such as schools and universities, health centres, halls for sports and performing arts, public and commercial buildings, through ideas competitions, calls for tender, or direct commissions. In particular, the Studio has been involved in research and projects in the fields of architectural Rehabilitation and Restoration, with a specific reference to issues regarding the re-use of buildings and complexes, as well as of entire areas related to the topic of Industrial Archaeology.

Among the most significant projects: Restoration and expansion of the educational complex of Santa Teresa of the Faculty of Architecture of Florence, Restoration of Study Hall B for the Humanities Library in Piazza Brunelleschi in Florence, the Re-qualification of the Piazza di Tavarnuzze and adjacent areas, the project for the Azerbaijan State Museum of Modern Art in Baku, the School Campus and Student Housing with collective services at the ex-cattle market in Florence, Restoration of the Central Market of San Lorenzo, Piazza Istria in Sorgane, the Master Plan for the High-Speed Station in Florence, and the Definitive Project for the High-Speed Station in Florence, Piazza Sant’Agostino in Colle Val d’Elsa.