Vincenzo Corvino and Giovanni Multari established the Napoli-based firm Corvino+Multari, in 1995. They participated to several international competitions, resulting in the construction of house blocks, public and private offices, and the requalification of public spaces. They have received several awards, and, in 2006, they have been awarded the "Medaglia d'oro all'Architettura Italiana" for the restoration of Pirelli skyscraper in Milan. In 2006 and 2016 they took part in the 10th and the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale.
Their most recent works include: M.U.S.P temporary school modules in L'Aquila (2009); La Cartiera Integrated centre for commerce and crafts in Pompei (Napoli, 2012); the restoration of the Indoor Market in Reggio Emilia (2012); a School in Carate Brianza (Milano, 2013); the New Parish complex in Dresano (Milano, 2016). At present, they are engaged with the Mantova Hub Project, after winning the public competition in 2017.
Corvino, Vincenzo, and Giovanni Multari. Corvino+Multari. Architecture Experience. Rovereto: ListLab, 2017.
Crippa, Maria Antonietta. Il restauro del Grattacielo Pirelli / Corvino+Multari, Renato Sarno Group. Milano: Skyra, 2007.
Mulazzani, Marco, ed. Almanacco di Casabella: Architetti Italiani 2006. Milano: Mondadori, 2006.