FARE is an architectural practice created in Rome in 2006 by Riccardo Vannucci and Giuseppina Forte, complemented by a team of young professionals. FARE pursues a concrete approach to architecture, an inherent objective rendered explicit in the name of the office. The confrontation with reality sought by FARE is not, however, the sign of an adhesion to a neutrality of technique: a critical analysis of the presuppositions of each project [context, final objectives, restrictions] constitutes the foundation of a method by which the unavoidable tectonic dimension must confront typological and functional innovation.
FARE aims at overcoming the dichotomy between Socially Engaged Architecture [SEA] and professional practice, facing the SEA with a professional attitude.
FARE has been awarded the Health Category Award at the 2008 World Architecture Festival, has been included in the Italian Pavilion at the 12th Venice Biennale and selected as finalist at the Aga Khan Award 2010 Cycle.
FARE studio, Centre pour le Bien-être des Femmes, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 2005-2007, foto di Cariddi Nardulli