Professor of Design in the Faculty of Architecture of Sapienza University of Rome.
Dean of the Faculty of Architecture; Director of the Department of Architecture and Design (2016- 2020). Coordinator of the Doctorate in Architecture Theories and Design and coordinator for the and coordinator for the publishing activity of DiAP, within which he directed the laboratory ArCo (Architecture and Contexts). Member of the Selection Committee in the Research Seminar of CiAUD. Former member of the scientific committee INARCH Lazio; he has directed the series Print Doctorate, DiAP Print/Progetti and DiAP Print/Theories for Quodlibet. He directed the Quasar Institute of Rome (post-diploma high school of design) in 2000/2007 and has been president of the Culture Commission of the Faculty of Architecture of Sapienza University. Participating in design competitions has achieved awards and reports. His work has been exhibited at the Venice Biennale and in some exhibitions collective exhibitions in Rome, Barcelona and Delft. Participating in design competitions has achieved prizes and reports. His work has been exhibited at the Venice Biennale and in some exhibitions collective exhibitions in Rome, Barcelona and Delft. Projects and writings appear on national and international magazines. Among his most recent achievements, the new Corso Trento e Trieste in Lanciano, the Piazza delle Pietre d’Italia (the first part of the Museo Diffuso della Grande Guerra) in Redipuglia and the installation for the exhibition Comunicare la Democrazia. Press and Public Opinion at the Origins
of Democracy, at the Sala della Regina in Montecitorio. He is currently coordinating the project of architecture and urban settings for the Museum of Federico Fellini’s Opera in Rimini, currently under construction. In addition to urban design research focused mainly on the on the contemporary condition of the city, he has undertaken more complex and original trajectories on the intersection between architecture, art and new technologies. Since 2002 he has conceived and produced works such as Physico, Sylvatica, Pycta and Hallalunalalone in the sphere of Altroequipe, where he has carried out a research based on the interaction between dance, sound, architecture and technologies of motion capture and motion graphics technologies. He conceived Archidiap of which he is the editorial director and the event “Roma how are you?” and has led the conversations of Architecture at Palazzo Venezia, within the event ArtCity event curated by the Polo Museale del Lazio. He is the author of over one hundred essays on the themes of theories and techniques of architectural and urban design and, among other publications, of: Roma tra il fiume, il bosco e il mare, Collana DiAP PRINT / PROGETTI, Quodlibet 2019; Lo storico scellerato, Collana DiAP PRINT / TEORIE, Quodlibet 2019; Roma in movimento. Pontili per collegare territori sconnessi, Collana DiAP PRINT / PROGETTI, Quodlibet 2019; Qualcosa sull’architettura. Figure e pensieri nella composizione, Collana DiAP PRINT / TEORIE, Quodlibet 2018; La dissertazione in Progettazione architettonica. Suggerimenti per una tesi di Dottorato, Collana DiAP PRINT / TEORIE, Quodlibet 2017; e-Learning. electric extended embodied, Edizioni ETS 2016.
In addition to developing a profitable and steady editorial activity for public institutions, he has been the curator of national and international conferences and exhibitions.