Born in Milan in 1960 graduated from the Politecnico di Milano also attending courses in architectural history at the Faculty of Architecture of Venice by Francesco Dal Co and Manfredo Tafuri .

In 1981 together with a group from the Milan University department of architectural design participates to a course at the Columbia University in New York for the design of an area next to the Williamsburg Bridge.

In those years he participated in several international competitions including the one for the redesign of Lutzowplatz in Berlin.

In 1982 he joined the Mario Botta architectural firm, participating to several competitions. Moreover, he oversees the production and publication of the second book, "Mario Botta 1978-1982 Laboratoire d'Architecture" published by Electa .

In 1987 he participates to the project for the Milan Triennale "Imagined Cities" for the redesign of the area Bovisa together with architect Giorgio Grassi.

In 1989 he joined the architectural firm of Ernesto Griffini and Dario Montagni in Milan for the construction of several buildings, among which the Loro Piana factory industrial area and the redesign and construction of the “Pinacoteca Ambrosiana” art museum and it’s Library.

From 1994 he joins the architectural firm “Crespi and Spampinato”, specialized in architectural design and construction for the residential, industrial and tertiary sectors.

The firm also carries out an intense activity in the field of interior design for private houses, offices and shops.