I took a bachelor degree in Science of Architecture at “Politecnico di Milano”. Afterward, I took a Double Master Degree in Architecture and Society with the specialization in Town and Urban planning at “Politecnico di Milano” and “Politecnico di Torino” thanks to a scholarship for excellence held by “Alta Scuola Politecnica”, discussing two thesis: “The bottom up approach to the urban planning” (that I did alone) and the other one “NHEC, NEA Human Exploration Concept. A friendly manned interface” (multidisciplinary project, with other colleague from different faculties). I studied one year abroad in Israel at Tel Aviv University thanks to “Erasmus Mundus program” and I did a lot of different workshops and intensive courses around Italy and Europe (such as the course of “Urban as a bottom up approach” at TU Delft University, or emergency architecture for a Hospital in Africa).
Since 2014 I’m a design consultant for our office of technical designing consultancy for industrial filed (private sector) following and supporting our clients from the designing step to the realization of their project based on their production needs, trough bureaucracy and permissions, financial, energy safe costs, improvement of technologies and so on, collaborating with a lot of expertise in different fields. I started to to work as a “architect freelance”for different Architectural studios since 2011. In 2015 (from September to December) I also participated as university tutor with the “Smart Social Home” project on a Urban Innovation Bootcamp held by “The Loop” from San Francisco with the Stanford Method, at Ca Foscari University in Treviso following a group of students in order to develop the project and bring innovation on Treviso city collaborating with citizens, teachers, professors and firms around them. Before my university studies, I worked as a assistant to the products manager of 2 clothing companies for three years (from 2005 to 2008).
Areas of interest
Urban transformation and Development of World possible future scenarios; use and preservation of lands and oceans; urban and town planning; Emergency architecture; sociology and anthropology of urban environment and territory; climate change mitigation and sustainability for cities.