About Me

     
Me

I am an Architect and a PhD in Sustainable Technologies, Recovery and Representation of Architecture and the Environment at the University of Naples “Federico II” – DiARC (Department of Architecture).

I was born in Naples, graduated as a surveyor with honours, I live a “short” academic parenthesis of 5 years as a student of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Naples “Federico II”. Having supported more than 20 exams I decide to change air-enrolling at the Faculty of Architecture in Naples, where I graduated with honours with a thesis in environmental design and parametric design and its publication. 
independent researcher in the Environmental Design & Algorithms-Aided Design. I have had the opportunity to face and solve, according to a computational thinking approach, some design aspects of the Apple iOS Developer Academy of Naples (my PhD case history).

 

Currently

I am working on the analysis of the performance of materials and finished products in the following fields: mechanic, acoustic, thermal and fluid dynamics within the framework of the I-MESH FACADE project: FROM IDEA TO THE MARKET, the realization of architectural facades and both vertical and horizontal shading coverings.

Active member of the Digital Architect & B.I.M. commission of the Naples Architects Order “Ordine APPC di Napoli” (National Architects Register)

Architect | PhD | Computational Designer
ART (Authorized Rhino Trainer certified by McNeel staff)
What I like

Operate in the field of design and construction using methodologies based on the computational approach to technological design and information modelling to consolidate a profile of skills that qualify as a “design technologist”. I used a lot of different software such as Catia, AutoCAD, REVIT+Dynamo, Archicad, Rhino+Grasshopper (I am ART), 3D Studio Max, Cinema4D, V-Ray. About data Viz: Excel, Tableau Public, Power BI (Microsoft), Processing ..and many other… sometimes I like scripting and coding in C#/C++ and Python (GH). Able to learn new software tools as the work requires.

I am not a Programmer but, as a “Digital” Architect, I like “breaking and hacking” the code to better performing/optimising the Architectural project and its design.