I just graduated magna cum laude in November with a 5-year Master's degree in architecture.
While doing my studies I worked as part-time architectural assistant in an interior design
studio and as assistant to Prof. Luca Reale during the course Design Laboratory at the
first University of Rome "La Sapienza". During the last 6 months I worked in another
Due to my course of studies and my work experience I am able to handle all phases of
design from program definition through design, models, and drawings. I have excellent
computer skills which I developed on my own since I began to study architecture. I can
manage many software and I have no difficulties in learning new ones in a short time.
My attention to detail and excellent problem-solving skills ensure that every project I
work on is done accurately and to the highest possible standard. I am a hardworking
person, able to work well under pressure as individual as well as in team.
Arch. Massimo Bernabò Silorata, Architectural Assistant
I had to prepare, develop and edit drawings, models, images and other
documents relating to the design. In particular I had to deal with a project for a very
important house in Rome centre, near Villa Borghese. During these months I also had the
chance to visit the construction site.
Prof. Luca Reale, Assistant during "Design Laboratory" First University of Rome "La Sapienza"
- Deepened social housing features during the course "Design Laboratory II"
- Deepened student accommodation features during the course "Design
- Developed capability to interact with young students
Arch. Gianluca Gentili, Part-time Architectural Assistant
I had to prepare, develop and edit drawings, models, images and other documents relating to the design. I also had the possibility to interact with customers during meetings. During this experience I
worked on projects for restaurants, houses, wine bar in Rome and abroad.
Sapienza - Università di Roma, MArch, Master’s Degree in Architecture EU
Final grade: 110/110 cum laude
Thesis: “ Masterplan and housing, Vigne Nuove, Rome"