FILIPPO INNOCENTI, Director Zaha Hadid, special guest at SHARE Chisinau 2024

Major urban development projects will be the focus of the International Architecture and Engineering Forum – SHARE Chisinau 2024. 

Filippo Innocenti has been working with Zaha Hadid Architects for 20 years. With an architectural background that encompasses cultural facilities, conservation, and sustainability, Filippo has specialized in the design of transportation buildings, opening ZHA’s successful entry into the infrastructural sector with the design of the first train stations.


Filippo Innocenti, Director ZAHA HADID Architects, UK


The multi-awarded Naples-Afragola High-Speed Train Station, the Riyadh KAFD Metro Station, the Navi Mumbai International Airport, and the Port of Tallinn Masterplan in Estonia are just a few masterpieces, and achievements of Filippo. Responsible for ZHA’s development of innovative design solutions with Hyperloop Italia, he has been recently project director for the winning scheme of New Chongqing 3b Satellite and for the New Riyadh Airport and Shenzhen Xili Transport Hub competitions.

His expertise spans also across different fields with the Guangzhou Opera House and the Reggio Calabria Museum of the Mediterranean. Filippo has been teaching Architectural Design at the Florence University of Architecture and Construction Technology at the Milan Politecnico, for several years. As a researcher, he’s been part of the Italian Digital Avant-garde. His pioneeristic vision of sustainable cities and self-growing materials has been exhibited at different events including the Venice Biennale and the London Architectural Association.



Awards of Filippo Innocenti:

RIBA Architecture Award, Guangzhou Opera House – RIBA, May 2009

  • AR Best Public Project 2012, Guangzhou Opera House – Architectural Record Magazine, Jul 2012
  • Best Transportation Building, 2018, Naples Afragola High-Speed Train Station -Surface Magazine, Jun 2018
  • BBC Best New Buildings of 2017, Naples Afragola High-Speed Train Station – BBC, Jun 2017
  • CNN Most Anticipated Buildings of 2017, Naples Afragola High-Speed Train Station – BBC, Jun 2017.


Meet Filippo Innocenti at SHARE Chisinau 2023  on 13 February at the Radisson Blu Hotel Chisinau.



SHARE Chisinau 2024 has guest internationally recognized personalities in the field of architecture:

  • Filippo Innocenti, Director ZAHA HADID Architects, UK, with key roles in the office’s significant projects in the transport, infrastructure and cultural sectors;
  • Etan Kimmel, Co-Founder Kimmel-Eshkolot, Israel, RIBA International Award for Excellence Laureate;
  • Alexandra Vîrlan, Associate UNStudio, The Netherlands;
  • Burak Under, Founder Under Architects, Turkey;
  • Anda Manu, Founder AMA Design, Romania;
  • Șerban Țigănaș, Co-Founder Dico&Tiganas, Romania;
  • Tatiana Lupașcu & Vladimir Pînzaru, Co-founders ArchForm, Republic of Moldova;
  • Serghei Mîrza, Co-Founder LH47, Republic of Moldova;
  • Emil Ivănescu, President of OAR Bucharest;
  • Constantin Gorcea, Co-Founder AGD Suceava, Romania;
  • Eugeniu Prodan, Partner Gorgona Architecture & Design, Republic of Moldova;
  • Sebastian Săvescu, Founder SAM ideas, Romania;
  • Claudiu Ionescu, Senior Architect RINO Architecture, Romania,
  • Mihail Andrieș, Republic of Moldova.
  • Marina&Vitalie Baltag, Co-founders Balmarin Architecture & Design Studio, Republic of Moldova


SHARE Architects in Republic of Moldova

The SHARE Forum in Chisinau has established itself as the premier event dedicated to architecture and innovative technologies in the country. Its international reach has attracted participants from all corners of Moldova, as well as esteemed guests from leading architectural firms across Europe and beyond.The last edition of SHARE Chisinau has welcomed over 300 attendees and more than 26 speakers.


SHARE Architects Network – Connecting architects and contractors in Central and South Eastern Europe

Over the past 25 years, SHARE Architects forums have become a key networking platform for architects and constructors in Central and South Eastern Europe. SHARE provides a useful framework for knowledge and understanding of the diversity of modern architectural phenomena. Currently, SHARE Architects events are held in 16 countries and have developed a community of over 50,000 professionals around them.