Michel Desvigne has been a pioneer in contemporary landscape architecture and urban planning for more than 30 years and has an innate understanding of the vital role that landscape plays in the creation of dynamic, desirable spaces.
Monaco is renowned for its green spaces and Georges Restellini has played a part in Monaco’s most celebrated gardens. Princess Grace Rose Garden, Jardin Japonais, Fontvieille Park, and now Mareterra, perhaps his most ambitious green space project to date.
As one of the owners of Innocenti & Mangoni Piante, Alessandro Mangoni is an expert in the art of plant growing using cutting edge and sustainable production techniques. His team are responsible for nurturing 1100 trees in their nurseries in Italy, trees that will ultimately flourish in Mareterra.
As the technical control director, Hafid Tabet carries an immense responsibility. All the documents produced are validated by his team as well as all the production works on an ongoing basis.
As architect project manager, born and raised in Monaco, Lola Rozewicz works hand in hand with the globally renowned architecture firms of Valode & Pistre Architectes and Renzo Piano Building Workshop, to ensure that the highest quality standards are upheld in order to create exceptional results.
Philippe Borrel is in charge of the implementation and design of the public amenities. His work is critical for the coordination and logistics of all the subcontractors and consultants.
Acting as the conductor of the various architects, designers, engineers, project and construction managers is a significant responsibility. The key to the project’s success is collaboration, and Stéphane Castano ensures all of the different teams work together like a finely tuned orchestra.
Having worked for 25 years on large-scale projects both in France and abroad, Xavier Rastouil is well suited for a project as audacious as Mareterra. Here, the challenge lies in delivering the exceptional quality, materiality and build that is expected, while meeting the ambitious timeframe.
The organisation of this massive construction site requires meticulous coordination of all the various companies, each with their own different cultures, working habits, and processes. This convergence in carrying out this great operation is what inspires Eric Serrano.
As a marine biologist and environmentalist, Pierre Descamp has had the unique responsibility of ensuring that Mareterra’s construction follow rigorous environmental standards, not only via preliminary marine studies, but through ongoing monitoring during the construction phases.