I am an architect, curator, PhD and independent urban researcher.
I was born in Rome in 1983.
I am currently curating, together with Florencia Andreola, a public program and research project called Sex & the City, a gender perspective on urban space, developed for Urban Center of the Municipality of Milan and Triennale Milano.
Since January 2018 I started working as independent curator and research consultant for Triennale Milano, for the organisation of festivals and exhibitions.
Between 2016 and 2019 I have been lecturer at the Politecnico di Milano with the Architectural Design module in the Urbanism course by Stefano Boeri. Previously, between 2013 and 2016, I have been his academic assistant at the Politecnico di Milano. The focus is on the potential of Biodiversity in urban transformations: the non-anthropocentric approach as a key to a new balance between the human, natural and animal spheres.
In June 2015 I co-founded with Leonardo Caffo and Laura Cionci Waiting Posthuman Studio, a multidisciplinary research project at the crossroads of art, architecture, urban planning and philosophy.
In June 2015 I completed my PhD in Urban Studies with the thesis Dwell the Threshold: spaces and practices for a plural city at the Roma Tre University, where I have been a member of the Laboratorio Arti Civiche, a research platform that investigates the relationship between informal practices and urban transformations.
In 2011 I completed the MSc in Building and Urban Design in Development at the Development Planning Unit of The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London with the thesis Dwell the Threshold: an opportunity of encounter among differences, supervised by prof. Camillo Boano.
In 2009 I graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of Università Roma Tre with the thesis Savorengo Ker / the house of everybody supervised by prof. Francesco Careri.