Born in Milan in 1975, he graduated at the "Bauhaus Universität Weimar" in Germany in 2001.
Back in Italy he works for the German study quickpartners + with which he develops product design projects for bathroom furniture (Gedy) and technological products for the comfort of domestic environments (Vimar and Vipak).
From 2004 to 2009 he collaborates with the historical studio of Milano Castelli Design srl (CDM srl founded in 1974 by Clino Castelli, Andrea Branzi and Massimo Morozzi). In this context he explores avant-garde themes related to design innovation, strategic design, design language and CMF design (Color, Material, Finiture) for companies such as BTicino, Hitachi, Somfy, Toyota, Louis Vuitton, Esa.
In 2009 he started his freelance designer and consultant activity.
In 2011 he moved to Munich where he permanently works as a senior designer for the quickpartners + study as well as developing personal projects for companies such as: Mesa, CaosCreo, Toffolights, VITA, Gnali & Zani, LittleItalo. It produces products for the kitchen, the tableware, the furniture and the lighting, intended for both the domestic and contract sectors.
"My professional skills are oriented to the experimentation of new expressive languages and strategic design solutions, able to realize creative concepts in innovative products"
2018 - TRUE/MESA - Showroom Amleto Missaglia - Via Giuseppe Verdi, 6 Milano
2016 - 2017 - PEGGY GUGENHEIM Collection Venice - Bookshop
2016 - DESIGN @5VIE - Gardenia, via San Giacomo Mora, 20 - 12-17April 2016
2016 - OPEN DESIGN ITALIA - Vicenza Basilica Palladiana
2016 - DOLCE VITA - Partnercountry Italy - Frankfurt - Ambiente 2016
2015 - IN THE MIDDLE OF CREATIVITY - Open Design Italia - Trento 29-31 Maggio 2015
2015 - Riccione DESIGN WEEK - Cna Federmoda
2015 - OPEN DESIGN - Accademia di Ungheria in Roma
2014 - IL BELLO CHE FA BENE - Triennale Milano - Triennale Design Museum
2013 - DESIGN IN CORSO - Citazionest Estemporanea in Corso - Noto 03-09 Giugno 2013
2011 - METACOLOR - Caoscreo store Milano - Via Stampa, 8