Viviana joined Zaha Hadid Architects in 2004, and has been an Associate Director since 2016. Viviana has worked on a wide range of projects and competitions in China, Malaysia, Oceania, Egypt, Singapore, France, and the UK. As project director, Viviana has led a number of major projects for the practice, including the 7 towers D’Leedon residential development in Singapore, which was completed in 2015, a masterplan for the Cairo Expo City’s exhibition and conference centre in Egypt (unbuilt), and a mixed-use development in Beijing featuring a luxury department store, entertainment complex, and apartments.
Recently as project director Viviana completed a 780-key hotel and casino project in Macau and planning a new hotel and facilities complex in the area. She is leading a number of projects across East Asia and Oceania, including 600 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia.
Viviana is CTBUH UK Chapter Executive member.
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9 Apr 2019 –
CTBUH 2019 Shenzhen Tall + Urban Conference
Jayananda Jesudason, Melco Resorts & Entertainment; Viviana Muscettola, Zaha Hadid Architects
29 Jan 2018 –
Patrik Schumacher, Zaha Hadid Architects; Anil Hira, BuroHappold Engineering; Kai-Uwe Bergman, Bjarke Ingels Group, [i]et al.[/i]
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