Presentation and biography 

 NGARCHITETTI stands for Nacci-Grande-architetti, husband and wife, together in life as in work, right from university. Vito Nacci was born in 1979 in Monopoli (Ba), Debora Grande in 1981 a Bari; in 2006 both Nacci and Grande graduated in Architecture al Polytechnic of Bari with a research thesis on cities Hellenistic, exhibited at the 10th International Architecture Exhibition Venice Biennale. After architects therefore mature differently from the master's degree experiences in important architectural and urban planning studios in Bari, as well as abroad, in the United Kingdom. Today carry out their profession independently in their studio Monopoli, including new buildings among its projects, restorations, renovations, interior architecture, graphic design, garden design and specializing in bio-architecture and sustainability. Their clients include both public and private clients. The architects Vito Nacci and Debora Grande are also Technical Consultants of Office of the Court of Bari, an activity that allowed him to increase their already considerable experience in the field of estimates e real estate valuations; this know-how allows him today to advise and guide entrepreneurs appropriately in the activity of real estate development for tourism purposes in the whole Apulian territory, following them throughout the investment process, from the decision-making phase to that of intervention up to the management of real estate. Always attentive to the quality of the "project" in all its nuances, they are both particularly sensitive to the issues of sustainability in architecture, as well as the recovery of language and traditional construction techniques, reinterpreted with a contemporary and minimalist taste. Every project undertaken by the Nacci-Grande architects is always well founded on 2 cornerstones: 1- The client's needs - because they are convinced that it is not enough create a "beautiful" work to make a good one architecture, but they consider it more important to fully satisfy the needs of those who will live there, to guarantee them a "better" life in all senses. 2- The peculiarities of the property - to be able to bring out what the distinctive features of the property as much as possible and thus obtain a unique work of its kind, not replicable, perhaps transforming the weaknesses in strengths and focusing on solutions, not problems. Finally there are several publications, including international ones, of them projects, as well as interventions as speakers at conferences by invitation.