Ganko is a young architectural practice currently based in Milan.
Ganko was established by Guido Tesio (1984) and Nicola Munaretto (1984)
following previous experiences with BAUKUH (Milan), OfficeKGDVS (Brussels), Standard (Beijing) and Christ&Gantenbein (Basel).
Ganko understands architecture as a tool, not as a goal.
Ganko understands architecture as the ultimate struggle between idea and matter, desires and possibilities, subject and context,
not as the self-determined creation of objects.
Ganko’s research focuses on cultural heterogeneity in the contemporary world, exploring its creative potential for the production of space.
Ganko fulfills an architecture that is as simple in its appearence as rich in its experience.