Ph.D. in Architecture Theories and Design - Sapienza University of Rome.
Master's Degree cum laude in Architecture, with a Project of urban densification and environmental regeneration in the periphery of Rome, published and exhibited on several occasions.
Research interests in the policies of urban sustainability, urban densification, and compaction. Actually working on the recycle strategies for a feasible urban regeneration and on effective design tools within the consolidated city.
Engaged in the works coordinated by the Laboratory of research in Architecture and Contexts (ArCo) within the Department of Architecture and Project - Sapienza. He has also collaborated with the Laboratory of research for the Study of Contemporary Rome (QART). From 2014 to 2017 elected member of the Executive board and within the Council at the Department of Architecture (DiAP) as the representative of the Ph.D. students.
He leads a seminar as assistant supervisor for the Bachelor and Master’s Degrees as well as leads a design unit at the Final design laboratory in the Faculty of Architecture (both conducted by Prof. O. Carpenzano - Full professor of Urban and architectural design).
In 2010 and 2015 he taught Multimedia Design and 3D modeling and was a teaching assistant in the Workshop of museum design which was coordinated by Prof. A. Grimaldi at the Faculty of Architecture – Sapienza.
In 2014 was the co-curator of exhibition "Urban infill, teaching and project" housed by the House of Architecture in Rome (supported by the Chamber of Architect of Rome and Province).
In 2012 and again in 2014 he won a Call for collaboration, promoted by the DiAP, for a Research about the Reconstruction and Revitalization Plan of the "homogeneous area no. 9" in Abruzzo, that was damaged by the earthquake in 2009.
He has collaborated with engineering and architecture firms and participated in design competitions, and workshops while being both published and receiving mentions.