(PhD École Polytechnique Fédérale-EPFL, 2021) is an architect and architectural historian. His studies focus on some of the protagonists of the neo-vanguards of the 1960s and 1970s, from the Florentine radicals to Renzo Piano, Richard Rogers, Aldo Rossi and Rem Koolhaas. His publications include a monograph on the history of the Centre Pompidou, Live Centre of Information, from Pompidou to Beaubourg, 1968-1971, published by Actar in three languages and winner of the Lino Gentilini and Institut Georges Pompidou awards. Together with Lampariello and Anselmo, he published with Actar Unidentified Flying Object for Contemporary Architecture, the first monograph dedicated to the history and legacy of one of the protagonists of radical Florentine architecture, winner of the 9th edition of the Italian Council and the subject of the exhibition Unidentified Flying Object (UFO), performer l’architecture, set up at the Frac Centre-Val de Loire. He is a researcher at the Centre Pompidou and visiting scholar at the Architectural Association in London and Princeton University. He is a member of the Construction History Society, Association francophone d’histoire de la construction and of the scientific committee of Archphoto 2.0.