From Morengo, the “Iron Girl” who chases dreams in the Great North

From Morengo to Stockholm, passing through Lausanne and the Pacific Islands: Agnese Signorelli has gone on to realize her dreams one by one around the world. He lived in Sweden for about three years, is an architect and has no intention of returning to Italy, despite this nostalgia that unites all immigrants abroad. She is thirty-eight years old, a degree in architecture from the Polytechnic of Milan, and six months working in Italy and then outside the Alps. There is clearly a familial tendency: Agnese’s brother has also left our province and has been living for some time. in the United States of America.

They will meet again at Christmas. “I left in 2008 – says Agnes – and in Switzerland I found my happy island: stunning landscapes, a paradise for those like me who want to be an architect, friends, work and sport only three hours by train from home.” Agnes found her first contract abroad, perhaps jokingly looking for a job on the net that would allow her to gain experience outside Italy: “I found him after only two interviews – she says -. In Switzerland, the architect has far more responsibilities than anywhere else: I was responsible for designing projects, which I was also responsible for during the construction phase on construction sites. This is a role that I miss very much here in Stockholm and I am trying, in a way, to rediscover it, to resume doing what I loved and which I learned in so many years working in Lausanne.”

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