Giuseppe began his architectural studies at the University of Naples, Italy, in 2006 focussing on landscape architecture. Shortly after completing his degree, Giuseppe moved to London to work on high-end small/medium residential developments, extensions, and refurbishments for Burgess Mean Architects.
In 2011 while continuing his work on residential projects, Giuseppe gained a Masters in Urban Design at the University of Westminster. As part of his Masters, he undertook a thesis focusing on the re-development of Battersea Power Station.
In 2013 Giuseppe joined Solaria Architects in London, where he dealt with both national projects, mainly in the residential area, and international projects. In particular, he was involved in designing two large mixed-use schemes in South Korea.
Giuseppe’s architectural influences derive from both the early 20th century architects, such as Alvar Aalto, Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Kahn, Le Corbusier and the more contemporary architectural firms (MVRDV, Alvaro Siza, Renzo Piano). He is also fascinated by the combination of different materials in architecture and exploring various possibilities to use the urban/architectural space, which play a crucial role in his projects.
Giuseppe enjoys spending his free time swimming, travelling and reading. He also has a passion for art and photography.
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