I completed my Master's Degree of Architecture at Politecnico di Milano in 2014. The honorable mention at Piranesi Prix de Rome in 2012 gave me the opportunity to have a scholarship in order to attend the Itinerant Masters in Museum Design, Architecture and Archaeology, strategic planning and innovative management of archaeological sites at Accademia Adrianea di Architettura e Archeologia ONLUS in Rome.
I have great experience in team work and a very outgoing personality. I have a positive and constructive attitude with a high sense of adaptation due to the attendance of multicultural environments. I am a fast learner and very flexible worker. I care design "from the spoon to the city" and my priority is to enhance the space in order to give the proper comfort to the user.
I have experience in the architectural field to 360 degrees. My professional background ranges from exhibitions to urban planning passing through design. I have been an architect assistant and I have learnt to be conversant in survey, I have improved my sensitivity in spatial planning and territorial governance tools as well. Since I am in Malta I put into practice my passion for the archaeology enveironment trying to do the best to preserve and to value the heritage we come from.
I can help customers visualize their projects and drive them to the most suitable solution for their needs. I try to keep my design accessible to all from 0 to 99. My role as a member of Danda team is to establish a link between the contemporary architecture and the suggestive landscape of Malta. Currently I take care of some projects related to Valletta's waterfront including valuable archaeological site.
I am curious and I like travelling to understand the differences between various cultures. I do believe that comparison is the best way to learn everytime something is precious. The feature I like the most about the cities I have visited is how the pubblic space has been studied. This is exactly why "Invisible Cities" written by Italo Calvino is one of my favourite books.