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Mr. Bagnasco got a Master in Urban Planning and a bachelor degree in
Architecture at University of Genoa.
From 1996 to 2000 he worked in Progetto Lodovico s.r.l. in Milan, as site and
project architect. In 2000, he started his collaboration with Aldrea s.r.l. in Milan,
as Design Director.
In 2004, he joined Progetto CMR, setting up the Company in China with offices
in Beijing and Tianjin. He is involved in various projects in China, including
master plans, hotels, mixed use complexes, retail and sports venues, as well
operates as company Managing Director. In January 2009, he became Partner
of Progetto CMR (Beijing) Architectural Design Consultants.
Mr Bagnasco has been actively involved in the European Union Chamber of
Commerce in China (EUCCC) since his arrival in China. Since 2008, he has
alternatively covered positions of Chairman and Vice Chairman of
Construction Working Group. He has been also focusing on EU SME sector. In
2013, he was elected as Italian State Representative in the Supervisory Board
of the EUCCC. Since 2014 till now, he became Member of the Chamber
Executive Committee. Since 2017, he serves Vice President and in 2021 he
became also Chairman of South West China chapter.
He has been involved in preparation, implementation and development
activities of EU-China Sustainable Urbanization Partnership. Mr.Bagnasco is
also one of the four European experts, members of the Taskforce in charge
EU-China Innovation Cooperation Dialogue framework agreement promoted
by DG-RTD and MoST.
In 2016 he received the Knighthood of the Order of the Star by appointment of
President of the Italian Republic to have acquired special credits in the
promotion of friendship and cooperation of Italy with China.
In 2017, he is appointed as the visiting professor of School of Architecture and
Design at Beijing Jiaotong University.
In 2019, he is appointed as member of advisory committee of International
Centre for Creativity and Sustainable Development Under the Auspices of
UNESCO (Category 2).
In 2021 he was appointed by the Politecnico of Turin University as China
Centre advisory board member.

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