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Farre+Stevenson Architecture Firm has operated in Rome since 2006 and combines the design fields of architecture, landscape, and interior design as well as renovations and historical preservation. We feel our team’s diverse range of backgrounds and cultures enriches our approach to a design and in creating innovative solutions. We put our clients’ needs and desires at the heart of the project, incorporating well-crafted details and unique solutions in order to create spaces that are a pleasure to experience.

Our firm fuses modern practices and innovative technology with years of research and experience to provide curated designs and case-specific consultations to our clients. We understand that continuously enriching our knowledge and skills is a necessary step in maintaining our high-quality of work and projects.

Furthermore, we pride ourselves in following a transparent process to help our clients have the utmost comfort and confidence in our work. It is a top priority to help them navigate a complex system and to keep them well-informed, giving them real-time feedback and the tools they need to arrive to the day they can finally enter their newly realized project.

Gabriele Farre

Gabriele graduated in architecture from La Sapienza University, Rome in the Valle Giulia Department under Professor Arch. Gianfranco Moneta. His thesis, "Analysis and Design in Rome’s Aqueduct Park: An Interplay of Place, Culture and Entertainment" addresses issues identified in a consolidated south-eastern suburb of Rome. The location selection and following intervention are closely correlated to the study on the Forma Urbis Romae in historical center carried out by Pier Maria Lugli.


Born in Oregon, USA, Patricia has lived in Italy since 2010. He has a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts & Graphic Design from Oregon State University and a Master’s in Landscape Architecture from the University of Oregon, USA. Her master’s thesis is titled: "Master Planning Urban Community Gardens: User-initiated Design, Usability, Adaptability and Sense of Place." The manual aids designers in creating community gardens that can achieve longevity and community support, both of which are often sought after but can be difficult to attain. In order to do just that, this thesis provides steps in garden development that consider user-initiated designs which focus on adaptability, usability and sense of place.

Patricia’s passionate is plants and landscapes, in particular the intersection between plants, people and living spaces. She understands there is a delicate balance that must be maintained when humans and plants live together for both of them to not only survive, but thrive. Plants have always been a natural part of our surroundings and Patricia believes that we are happier and healthier when they are at our sides, whether at home, work or out in the city. And, incorporating them into these spaces in a harmonious and beautiful way is what she does best.