2013-14 Becomes a visiting professor at the Faculty of Architecture at the Selcuk Yasar University in Izmir, Turkey.
2013 The Single Family House in Limena, Padova, is selected for one of the best projects in the 6° Barbara Cappochin International Prize.
2012-13 Joins the editorial board of ARCHITECTS' NEWS, Padua.
2011 Is awarded 4th prize in Cembrit Design Competition in Helsinki, Finland.
2010 Works as Site Manager assistant for a construction of Mariott hotel in Tlemcen, Algeria, on behalf of Permasteelisa & Pooleng, Italy and CSCEC, China.
2007-8 Becomes Visiting Professor at IED, Istituto Europeo del Design di Venezia, for Master Course in Cultural and Strategic Planning.
2004 Opens MGARK studio in Padova; the work includes architectural design, restoration, project management, construction supervision, interior and furniture design.
2002 Returnes to Italy; collaborates with offices of Dainese and Gris, arch. Toti Semerano, arch. Michele De Lucchi and studio PLT.
1998 Moves to Paris for four years; workes for practices such as: arch. Aymeric Zublena, arch. Stanislaw Fiszer, Architecture Studio, arch. Santiago Calatrava and arch. Paul Andreu of ADP.
1997 Graduates from I.U.A.V. with thesis: 'Redesign of the Piovego River Waterfront' Padova, Italy. Tutor: prof. Carlo Magnani.
1994-6 Takes part in International Architectural Workshops in Venice with professors from: A.A. Architecture Association of London, Columbia University and Cooper Union University of New York, University of Dortmund and University of Prague.
1992 Is awarded a scholarship at The Bartlett, U.C.L. University College London, Faculty of the Built Environment, directed by prof. Peter Cook.
1987 Begins his studies in architecture at I.U.A.V. Istituto Universitario d'Architettura di Venezia.
- Reconocimientos de la empresa
- 2013 The Single Family House in Limena, Padova, is selected for one of the best projects in the 6° Barbara Cappochin International Prize. 2011 Is awarded 4th prize in Cembrit Design Competition in Helsinki, Finland.
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