Since 2019 I am working as a practicing architect, with a propension for exhibition and installation design: as such my work has been developing through dialogue with artists and designers, allowing me to test an interdisciplinary approach.I completed my bachelor in between Milan and Berlin, and the master in Brussels, intertwining studies with work experiences: yet as I never came to a final decision on a place to stay, those changing cities allowed me to constantly shift my interests and curiosity and ask myself more questions about my pathway.
I currently divide my professional life between my independent work in the field of installation and exhibition design and a role in the innovation team of Belgian architecture firm 51N4E, where I am involved in the curation of publications and research, as well as in the communication.
In summer 2019 I completed my master in Brussels, with a thesis entitled ‘Eternal Holiday’. Starting from Lucius Burkhardt questioning ‘Why is landscape beautiful?’ the work reflected on the idea of meaning we often forcedly assign to things, using tourism as a study-case and architecture as a test-tool to reflect on the possibilities that rather lie in the absence of meanings and significances. The thesis was pointed as candidate for the RIBA silver medal. I considered this work as a departure point to experiment the possibilities that architecture gives, beyond the mere construction but rather on the meaning and sensations space it is able to create or absorb.