Architect, Design Director of LAB71 architetti, he holds a PhD in Architecture: Theories and Design. His research focuses on studying the spaces of architecture starting from the vernacular tradition, and their sustainability and evolution also through the use of digital tools. At BAU Beirut Arab University in Lebanon, he has taught courses in architectural design, theory of architecture, vernacular architecture, and urban landscape architecture. He has lent his collaboration to the courses in the Theory of Architecture and Architectural and Urban Design at Polytechnic University of Milan and the Faculty of Architecture at Sapienza University of Rome.
In 2011 he won the Alfa Romeo contest for a traveling booth at major international fairs. From this experience, a long collaboration with the FCA group was born that will lead him to develop numerous concepts and design projects for the main brands of the group, up to the special mention for creativity for the Abarth's booth at the Geneva International Motor Show in 2016. Recently for FCA group he designed CASA 500 exhibition space, inside the Giovanni e Marella Agnelli Art Gallery.
He was the founder of the design collective A' group, investigating the relationship between project and media. From 1999 to 2004 he collaborated with the architect Alberto Giobbi, especially for a detached house in Pigneto district in Rome. From 2004 to 2007 he collaborated with the architect Patrizio Busiri Vici concerning interior design and with the architect Sabrina Cantalini in architectural one.