The office wins many national and international competitions including the Rome Prize Architecture 2002, XII World Triennial of Architecture “Interarch 2009” Sofia, Selinunte Architecture Prize 2014, Premio Pertica – Oscar of the city of Rome 2015. Among the main projects,the redevelopment of the monumental area of Naples monumental harbour and Marina di Carrara waterfront, the sustainable neighborhood with residences and offices in Bratislava, the reuse of Annunziata church to Contemporary art museum in Foligno, Mazzacurati school complex in Rome, new head office of lawyer’s chambers in Rome, multifunctional building at Bembo st. in Rome, redevelopment of Via Sparano in the historical centre of Bari, renovation of Corviale building in Rome in Rome and a new multifunctional building for port activities in Taranto, the win of the competition for “Dao Viet” an eco-city in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Projects and designs have been published on various Italian and international magazines and exposed in cities worldwide. Among main exhibitions: in 2006 “Palermo City Port” at the X International Architecture Exhibition Biennale di Venezia; in 2008 “Out There: Architecture Beyond Building” in “Uneternalcity – Thirty years from Rome interrupted” during XI International Architecture Exhibition Biennale di Venezia; in 2010 “E-picentro”, a project that focuses on the theme of rebuilding in areas struck by seismic events during XII International Architecture Exhibition Biennale di Venezia created by Kazuyo Sejima, 2012 invited at XIII Biennale di Venezia, finalist at World Architecture Festival for New&Old, Future Projects and Masterplan categories in 2010, 2011 and 2013.

The research activities of the office focus on the investigation of the complex relationships between the design methodology and ways of intervention in the built and natural environment. The stress is on sustainability criteria and control of the landscape even in risk condition. In-depth analysis mainly investigate connections, and the development of urban project and the strategic role that some no-longer-in-use or degraded sites have and in urban context. Capital is the historical, social and economic dimension of areas object of study by the awareness that the new architectural design approaches cannot be disconnected from a deep knowledge of local habitus.