He studies architecture at the Polytechnic School of Bari and the National School Superior of Architecture of Versailles where he founded and directed “Minimo”, review of thoughts on architecture and design. His diploma project “Architecture du sel” receives the gold medal from the International Prize of Sustainable Architecture Fassa Bortolo ”(2013) with Glenn Murcutt as president of the jury.
He then continued his training with Nicola di Battista (Rome), then with Max Dudler (Berlin), with Antonio Citterio (Milan) and, finally, with Nicolas Laisné (Paris). He currently lives in Milan where he works as a freelance architect.
Recently it is published on “Domus”, an international architecture magazine, with a project of transformable leather objects.
At the same time he dedicated himself to drawing in collaboration with various architectural and art magazines.