He graduated with honors in Architecture and he has a PhD in Industrial Design, Design, Art and New Technologies Architecture.
In 2012 he qualified as a Teaching Assistant in Post-doctoral Research in Exhibit & Public Design.
Since 2003 he has been teaching as a professor at the Faculty of Architecture of the University "Sapienza" and from 2008 as professor of the Master in "Exhibit & Public Design".
Since 2015 he has been teaching as a professor at the Department of Architecture at the University of Ferrara. For several years, the Ferrara School of Architecture has enjoyed first place in the CENSIS classification of Italian universities, which qualitatively assesses Italian Universities, and has repeatedly ranked first among Architecture Schools.
In all the activities carried out at the university, he has succeeded in bringing together the culture of design with that of creation, exploring the relationship between design and the execution of the work, whilst taking into consideration the contribution of art and art criticism. He has paid particular attention to issues related to environmental sustainability and the experimentation and testing of new techniques and materials mainly used in other industrial sectors, as well as the use of innovative and contemporary techniques and materials already known and utilized in the sector.
He has been collaborating with the University of Foggia - Department of Food, Environment and Agricultural Sciences, with the Department of Ithaca in the Faculty of Architecture of Rome "Sapienza".
Since 2009 he has been a visiting critic at Cornell University in Rome, College of Architecture, Art and Planning.
In 2004 he set up Studiobv36.
His professional engagement is to combine innovation and research with work practices, taking into account the relationship between architecture, art and design: the premise of this research is that the architecture manifests itself as an inclusive discipline, whose operating systems can feed off different creative fields. His activity is focused on residential architecture, with innovative approaches to inhabiting the home , on workplace architecture, as well as on urban public spaces.
He has completed, in recent years, several public and private projects, such as offices, homes, businesses, public spaces.
He has participated in numerous national and international competitions, many of which he has won and have won awards.
He collaborated with the 1880 Matteograssi company, for the production of leather furniture, and with the RF Yamakawa CO LTD of Tokyo, for the production of furniture in wood and aluminum.
He was selected for the award "Quality Young Italians" in 2010, among the 35 best architectural firms under 40 years of age, and in 2011 he was selected for "Architecture Talks - Rome" MAXXI architecture, as one of the best architectural firms in Rome.
His projects have been published in numerous books, specialist international magazines and architecture and design websites, and he is regularly invited to give lectures on his work in a number of Italian and foreign universities.