I like to tell stories and my thesis focused on the use of the walk as a way of knowing and rehabilitate a wide portion of the Roman suburbs. That is one of the reasons I enjoy being part of the BAW project, because it is an issue I like to investigate and experiment in.
Currently I divide my time between Architecture Walks and teaching, in addition to push through a few personal projects.
I am fascinated by the world of Imagined Architecture and Architectural Representation as ways to awaken latent perceptions about the city and give life to alternative ways of making architecture.
The architecture is above all an effort of imagination that spans the creative process and leads us to imagine different worlds, with the final aim of finding a way to turn them into reality.