Enzo Maiorano

Enzo Maiorano

Co-Founder

Archilovers

Bari, Italy

Enzo Maiorano was born in 1972 in Puglia (Southern Italy). He earned a degree in Building Engineering in Bari and in 1999, achieved a Master of Science in Construction Management in Coventry (UK).

He worked for one year as a Construction Site Manager and Executive Designer at Pizzarotti, one of the most noteworthy General Contacting companies in Italy. He co-founded the Archipassport.com Network, of which he is currently the Chief Design Officer, Marketing Manager, Executive ‘Architecture and Design’ Editor, and Business Developer.

Enzo Maiorano is passionate about the sea, architecture and design, and is the author of numerous projects including the headquarters of the Archipassport Network and other stunning residences overlooking the beautiful coast of Puglia.

Articles featuring Enzo Maiorano

How to Use Social Media to Market Your Architectural Business with Claudia Lorusso

Welcome back to “Archipreneur Insights”, the interview series with the architectural, design and building community’s movers and shakers. The series highlights people who have an architectural degree but have since followed an entrepreneurial or alternative career path in the field. This week’s interview is with Claudia Lorusso, Architect and Social Media Manager from the beautiful […]

Archipreneur Interview: Enzo Maiorano, Co-Founder of Archilovers.com

A very warm welcome to “Archipreneur Insights”, the interview series with the architectural, design and building community’s movers and shakers. In this series we get to grips with their opinions, thoughts and practical solutions and learn how to apply their ideas to our own creative work for success in the field of architecture and beyond. […]

Quotes from Enzo Maiorano

  • "The architecture and design field is still in need of radical innovation, so there’s definitely room for creation and improvements."
  • "When utilised in the planning process together with BIM files, it has the potential to exponentially maximize the efficiency and control of a project. It also facilitates communication between the client and architect."
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