Bio

He graduated in the Politecnico of Milan in 2003 where he was also licensed in civil architecture in 2004.

From 2003 to 2010 he moved to Seville (Spain) where he obtained the Architecture Licence Homologation and collaborates with several architectural firms where he worked at different projects of architecture and interior design for private and public commissions.

From 2010 to 2014 he worked in Rome where attended to several projects of restoration, urban planning and large-scale land interventions.
In 2014 he went back to Milan where he works in his own firm.

Named by the Association of Architects of Milan, external commissioner for the Final Degree Committee in the Politecnico of Milan during the academic years 2015-16 and 2017-18.

He participated to several competitions and received the following prizes:

2016 – 1st prize in the competition for designing a new secondary school in Casatenovo, Italy

2015 – 1st prize in the 2015 National Geographic national competition for professional photographers and amateurs- category: places and landscapes.

2015 – 2nd prize in the competitive public tender for designing a wooden bed for the firm RIVA 1920.

2012 – 1st prize in the competitive public tender for the restore of a part of the Ex Rome Slaughterhouse and its transformation into a Mibac lab.

2011 – 1st prize in the competition for the restore and the enhancement of the northen area of the Winner Hercules Sanctuary in Tivoli.

2008 – 1st prize in the competition for designing a public square with 1 office building, 1 residential one, 1 market hall, some commercial premises and a 2 floors basement car park in Marbella, Spain.

2007 – 2nd prize in the competitive public tender for the construction of some new lecture rooms for mathematics in Caceres, Spain.

2006 –  1st prize in the J5 competition for young architects for a public library and 9 housing units in Montoro, Spain.

2006 – Finalist in the competition for a square and a big commercial area in Bornos, Spain.

2005 – 3rd prize Europan 8, competition for 3 residential buildings and a public park in Sintra, Portugal.

 

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