Born in Turin the 25th July 1970, after classical studies during her teenage years, she graduates in Architecture at the Politecnico di Torino, where she gets her PhD in Architecture and Building Design. She then spends her time working as an architect and teaching the class of “History and Design” at the Politecnico.
Thanks to these experiences, she has written many articles and she regularly partecipates to conferences; mostly, she is always falling in love with each and every derelict building she discovers during her strolls (particularly in the Alps). This is something that emerges in her profession: she usually restores traditional alpine buildings and is engaged in landscape design and requalification, such as the Forte di Fenestrelle or the Novalesa Abbey.
She is a well rounded architect who likes to control the whole creative process, from the first sketches to the building site.
She was awarded the “Architetture Rivelate” award 2011 for the expansion of the Novalesa graveyard.
Why Trend and Tradition?
“Because the traditional techniques that every people possess are a resource and a common heritage that cannot be forgotten but, at the same time, they have to be combined with today’s timings and technology in order to survive.”