RIBA Chartered Architects

Priscilla Pinotti - Founder and Director

Priscilla Pinotti worked for several years at Foster and Partners in London, where she was fully involved in the design of the new National Arena for Glasgow, a 12,000-seater multi-function venue. She also worked on a masterplan for a new mixed-use development in Las Vegas, a golf resort in Croatia and a residential building in Buenos Aires. Before joining F+P she worked for the award-winning London architecture practice Baynes and Mitchell Architects, where she was involved in small- and middle-scale projects, and the restoration of historical monuments. Her international professional experience in countries such as Spain, Brazil and the United Kingdom gives her a global approach to architecture. She studied at the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, where she specialised in historic building restoration in 2002. She graduated in 2001 from PUCC (Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas) and is a member of CAU/SP (Conselho de Arquitetura e Urbanismo de São Paulo). [+]

Carlo Costa - Founder

Carlo Costa is a registered and chartered architect in the UK with twelve years of professional experience, having worked on a wide range of building sizes and types across the UK, Italy and the USA. Before WAY, he spent four years at Foster and Partners in London, where he was fully involved in the design of a 62-floor Shangri-La Hotel Tower in Manhattan (New York) and Canary Wharf Crossrail train station (London). He also worked on a number of award winning competition projects, such as the Masterplan for Valencia (ES). Before that, he spent four years at Enrico Bona Studio Milan, where he was involved in various projects including the construction of Borgogno Art Gallery, which was part of Renzo Piano’s Masterplan for Genova’s harbour. Carlo Costa studied at the Universidad del Pais Vasco (ES) and the Politecnico di Milano (IT), where he graduated in 2002. He is a chartered member of RIBA (UK) and OPPCM (Ordine degli Architetti e Paesaggisti di Milano). Carlo Costa left the direction of WAY in 2019. [+]