He began his professional activity in 1994 and 2000 he established TA Office, a multidisciplinary firm settled in the Euganei Hills, close to Venice. After his degree, he starts a little collaboration with the University of Architecture in Venice. In 1993, among the activities promoted by The Italian Institute of Philosophical Studies of Naples, through its Venetian office, he conceived and organized seminars and workshops about contemporary architecture, together with Roberto Masiero and Margherita Petranzan. In 1998, he published, with Massimo Donà, the acts of a Congress about the relationship between architecture and philosophy. Later in 2000, he pays homage to Angelo Polesello, architect and Franciscan Father, collecting into a volume some essays wrote about the friar's works. In 2002, he founded and directed TArch web magazine, to which contribute Vittorio Gregotti, Bernardo Secchi, Roberto Masiero, Marco Biraghi and Sergio Poretti, among several others architects and professors. In 2010, he became part of the editorial staff of Anfione Zeto magazine, edited of Margherita Petranzan. In 2011, he had a collaboration with Politecnico University in Milan, at the 'Elements for Critic the Contemporary Architecture.' In 2013, he published 'The architecture of the differences' and promoted a Conference in Venice around 'Questions of Perception,' the book wrote by Steve Holl, Juhani Pallasmaa and Alberto Perez-Gomez in 1993. Two years later, he wrote with Vittorio Gallese ‘Tuned Architecture’ an essay about the concept of embodiment in architecture. Since 2016 he interlaced Lombardini22 a Milan-based design company, with the aim to develop TUNED, a new project devoted to link neuroscience and architecture.