I was born in Italy, Valdagno in 1976 and studied Industrial Design at IUAV of Venice. After the graduation I developed my skills further through the Vitra Museum Workshop with Ed Annink, and at Fabrica Design Department with Matali Crasset. In addition to my design work, from 2004 to 2014, I also took a teaching position at IUAV. I’ve worked with some great people, such as Michele De Lucchi, Alex Terzariol of MM Design, Setsu Ito, Naoko Shintani and Enzo Berti. This was a phenomenal growth experience, partly because of the opportunity to work with such esteemed mentors, but also because of the many research opportunities it provided. Working with students and their energy, being able to re-invent oneself through the teaching of design methods, has been a great source of inspiration and learning for my professional development. Today I cultivate design through my studio nearby Treviso, a rural country house near a small town. This historic and beautiful place allows me to benefit from the peace and inspiration of the countryside, while allowing my imagination the dimension of creativity. The majority of my work is focused on certain industries. The pet world, dogs, cats and other little friends, furniture and lighting design and in sport systems and accessories, which is a theme I am always happy to work in.