Attilio Terragni runs his own studio since 1989. After graduating from the Polytechnic of Milan, he has been an assistant and partner of Daniel Libeskind, starting his career as an architect with the winning design for the Jewish Museum in Berlin, between 1989 and 1991. Since 1997 he has lived for three years in Melbourne for the construction of the international winning competition for Federation Square. After returning to Italy he founded Cityedge italian partners of Daniel Libeskind, with which he made, among others, the Citylife project in Milan, the biggest in Europa, and the City Park project at Brescia. He currently teaches at the Master Pesenti at the Polytechnic of Milan and has been a visiting professor in Australia, Germany and Spain. The architectural profession is connected with its interest in research on the architecture of the modern movement, with special reference to the figure of Giuseppe Terragni, of which he is a promoter, with new and innovative critical interpretations. His artistic activity has been shown recently in Milan in a monographic exhibition of his designs with the title "after geometry". These works have been supported by many publications, including two monographs on Daniel Libeskind, Beyond the walls and Architecture is a language, two monographs on Giuseppe Terragni, Terragni Atlas and Jounery trought architecture.