Born in Bologna in 1977, graduated in architecture in 2005 at the University IUAV of Venice.
In 2003 enriched his education at the Technische Universitat Graz (Austria) where it faces a major international competition for students with his university teacher, the famous Croatian architect Hrvoje Njiric . Among the experiences stands collaboration in place since 2004 with the Japanese architect Toyo Ito (Pritzker Prize 2013), for the design of an exhibition space in San Marino called “Fluid Formation”. Subsequently Enrico undertook contacts with the American architect Steven Holl (Avlvar Aalto medal) for the design of a Diffuse Museum in the historic center of San Marino, studying its feasibility .
Enrico has been practicing architecture for more than 12 years throughout the world. His experience encompasses a wide range of building types, including office, retail, hotel, wellness, residential, and interior design, obtaining internantional pubblications and awards.
In 2013 with “ur-former project” is the winner of the prestigious award: “ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT Selection – European Under 40 Architects”. In 2012 was mentioned in “Best italian Selection Architecture” and moreover in “SAIE best example of Renovation Buildings.”
Since 2005 lives and works in San Marino where he joined in GA&E Studio working on numerous international projects concerning architecture, Interior Design Urban Planning, Landscape and Race Track Design.
In 2012 he found Enrico Muscioni Architect practice in San Marino combining the practice and design of international talented designers.