Architect, Dynamic Architecture
David Fisher, architect and town planner, is an Italian citizen, who has been working on redefining the technical and technological extremes of buildings, especially in urban centers like New York, Moscow, Hong Kong, Paris and Dubai.
Fisher started as an artist in Florence , the home of Italian Renaissance. After graduating with Honors from the University of Florence in 1976, Fisher started teaching architecture in the same university and at the School of Structural Engineering.
His professional activity was always focused on two things: Designing buildings that can adjust themselves to the needs of its inhabitants, thus being dynamic, and the industrial production of construction units.
Time, says Fisher is the dimension of relativity. His new skyscraper, the tower in motion, is shaped by life designed by time.