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Studio Tamassociati is an Italian team of architects based in Venice since 1996. The practice's main architects are Raul Pantaleo (born 1962 in Milan), Massimo Lepore (born 1960 in Udine) and Simone Sfriso (born 1966 in London).
They specialise in sustainable architecture and are frequently involved in social and humanitarian projects. Tamassociati are particularly known for their work for Emergency, an Italian non-governmental organization providing treatment for civilians in war zones worldwide. Tamassociati designed health care buildings for Emergency in Sudan, Sierra Leone, the Central African Republic and Nicaragua. Their Salam Centre for Cardiac Surgery in Khartoum, which opened in 2010, received the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2013.
Emergency's Paediatric clinic in Bangui, Central African Republic