Has undertaken professional activity in Italy for over 30 years, between Rome, Palermo and Venice. From 1999 to 2000 was President of the association Vita Lampedusa; in particular recovered the eighteenth-century villa, the country house of Lanza Tomasi di Lampedusa, better known as Villa del Gattopardo, which became a headquarters for cultural, entertainment, architecture exhibitions , music, astronomy. In November 2000 received the "Award of Culture" from the Institute of Higher Culture of the Mediterranean for its thirteenth edition. In 2008 was appointed member of the State Commission for EIA and SEA within the Ministry of the Environment. In 2010 was appointed member of the National Committee for Biodiversity, representative of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture. As a professional has realised and designed museums (Museum of Mediterranean Culture, Water Museum in Camigliatello Silano, Museum of Liberty art) inside monumental and historical buildings, as well as gardens, even at large-scale. In the 2000's won the international competition for the Historical Port of Civitavecchia, designed the new Port of Favignana, conceived the restoration of the structure called Punta Tre Pietre in Pantelleria, associated with the proposed restoration and enhancement of the Port of Scauri; designed and realised the redevelopment of the Borgo Marinaro and the stretch of coast called the Tramontana Walls, which borders the north side of Trapani. In recent years has prepared the project for the restoration of the former Scuderie del Tiro at the Quirinale palace, the project for the renovation of the building belonging to the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and its surroundings in Piazza San Silvestro in Rome, the project for the redevelopment of the former Piave barracks and the S.Maria Stella hospital in Orvieto.
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