Gabriele Bruno

BIM Manager & Landscape Architect
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Gabriele Bruno is a landscape architect and BIM manager who joined Cunnane Stratton Reynolds in 2017. Thanks to his studies in Italy at Sapienza University of Rome and in Germany at Weihenstephan - Triesdorf University in Freising (Munich, Bayern), Gabriele has been able to exploit and refine his knowledge in landscape architecture and environmental sustainability.

Gabriele has worked in landscape architecture and urbanism offices in Europe, and also achieved with success the Revit Professional Certificate, which allowed him working on important International BIM Landscape Projects in Germany, Bosnia Herzegovina and Italy as Afragola Train Station (Naples, Italy), designed by Zaha Hadid.

Beside professional experience in Companies, Gabriele acted as a Tutor and Assistant Professor for Masters level courses at International University of Sarajevo and International Burch University (Bosnia Herzegovina).

Since joining Cunnane Stratton Reynolds Gabriele has been engaged to work-on projects at all design stages from inception to implementation, working closely with clients, multi-disciplinary project teams, stakeholders and statutory agencies to achieve economic, social and environmental benefits through attractive and sustainable development.

Area of Expertise
  • Landscape Design
  • Master-planning Green Infrastructure
  • Green Infrastructure
  • Agroforestry and Urban Landscape
  • Residential Landscape Architecture
  • Phytogeography and Applied Geobotany
  • Sports, Recreation and Tourism
  • Cycleways
  • Infrastructure
  • Public Realm / Urban Renewal and Regeneration
  • BSc Hons. Design Techniques of Landscape and Gardens (2013), Sapienza University, Rome, Italy
  • MSc Hons. Landscape Architecture(2015) Sapienza University, Rome, Italy
  • Autodesk Revit Architecture Certified Professional Certificate (2017), Rome, Italy
  • Full chartered member of the Irish Landscape Institute MILI  
  • Full chartered member of the Italian Landscape Architecture Association AIAP