Born in Trieste at 5th August 1978.
graduated at the IUAV University of Venice. Title of the MA thesis: "Social Housing in Vienna 1871–1914. The Hof, persistence and modification of a type", with as principal supervisor Prof. Bernardo Secchi.
Since 2004 I have conducted research at the University of Trieste, Italy (Faculty of Architecture), focusing on documental sources and projects related to modern and contemporary city models in Central Europe. Based on this and other research, I have been invited as lecturer from 2009 to 2012 to provide one–semester lecture series on Urban History for MA students at the University of Trieste.
However, the relations between social progress and architectural culture were the core issue of the PhD research, started in 2005 at the "Universität für angewandte Kunst", Vienna. PhD degree in 2008, with a thesis on history of architecture and urban planning entitled Hygiene und Architektur. Gesundheits– und Städtebaupolitik in Wien 1887–1918 (thesis director: Prof. Matthias Boeckl) and published as a book. Between 2006 and 2009 I was commissioned to catalogue part of the Clemens Holzmeister's heritage, kept at the "Universität für angewandte Kunst", Vienna.
2009–2012 I was member of the research group working on the Wiener Architektenlexikon 1770–1945, in collaboration with the Architekturzentrum Wien.
2010–2014 Management Committee Member (representing Austria) of the COST–Action IS0904 "European Architecture beyond Europe: Sharing Research and Knowledge on Dissemination Processes, Historical Data and Material Legacy (19th–20th centuries)".
2013–2015 I was commissioned to catalogue the Helmut Richter's heritage, kept at the Architekturzentrum Wien
2014–2016 Lecturer on History of Architecture at the Carinthia University of applied sciences
Since 2016 Staff Member and Guide at Schönbrunn Palace
Since 2018 Austriaguide
PhD–degree awarded in January 2009 at the Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien. Thesis' title: Hygiene und Architektur. Gesundheits– und Städtebaupolitik in Wien 1887–1918 (supervisor Prof. Matthias Boeckl, co–supervisor Prof. Manfred Skopec.
Enabling to practice the profession of architect obtained in the 1st session of the state exams for 2005 at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Trieste.
MA in Architecture awarded in July 2004 at the IUAV University in Venice. Thesis' title: Social housing in Vienna 1871–1914. The Hof, persistence and modification of a type (supervisor Bernardo Secchi, co–supervisors Paola Di Biagi, Elena Marchigiani).
Erasmus program at the Universität für angewandte Kunst in Vienna, academic year 2002–2003.
School–leaving examination in the school year 1996–1997
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