This image represents a very tiny, messy kitchen. I had the inspiration while I was in New York, where cooking spaces - in low cost apts - are very tiny and in questionable conditions.
After earning my Bachelor degree of Science in Architecture at IUAV university in Venice, I decided to move to Milan as the idea of changing school and seeing things from different perspectives have always thrilled me. I received a Master degree in Architecture in 2016 from Politecnico di Milano, thanks to which I had the chance to study abroad (at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia) and to work with great architects like Peter Eisenman, whom I worked with in New York City between 2015 and 2016; Marcio and Gabriel Kogan, whom I worked with as a teaching assistant between 2016 and 2017 and, in the end, in Scotland with Richard Murphy Architects in 2017.
I'm always looking for new experiences, new adventures and new challanges.
I love photography and some of my architectural pictures have been featured on Divisare (most important architectural online magazine in Italy) and Richard Murphy's book on Carlo Scarpa and Castelvecchio.