My design practice combines product design and biodesign, with an interdisciplinary and system-thinking approach. 
After graduating in Product Design at Politecnico di Milano, with an Erasmus at TU/Eindhoven, I wanted my practice to become aimed at designing for shifting our current patterns of consumption towards sustainable ways of living. This is what brought me to the biodesign world and the new master at Central Saint Martins, from which I graduated in 2021. My work combines a hands-on experimental and research approach with a technical design background, within a circular and regenerative design framework, exploring how we can learn from nature and the biology of living systems and integrate this in the way we design.
2021  Master's in Biodesign, graduated with Distinction  |  UAL Central Saint Martins, UK
2019  Erasmus+ exchange semester  |  TU/Eindhoven, Netherlands
2019  Bachelor Industrial Product Design  |  Politecnico di Milano, Italy
2016  High School Graduation  |  Liceo Classico Cesare Beccaria Milano, Italy
2014  Exchange Semester  |  Goulburn Mulwaree High School, Australia
Dezeen - Six designs to see at the 2021 Isola Design Festival
LVMH - LVMH x CSM at IUCN World Conservation Congress 2021, exhibiting Algalip
MA Biodesign - 1st Cohort Graduation Projects Website 2021
UAL Showcase - Graduate Showcase 2021, exhibiting Within the Surface
Milan Design Week 2021 - Materialised, Isola Design District, exhibiting Within the Surface & Algalip
Tsinghua International ConferencePublication by the Tsinghua University in Beijing, China, 2021
Maison/0 Symposium - Design for Nature Algalip project, panelist in 2021 Maison/0 Symposium
Isola Online Interview - Interview on MA Biodesign graduation project for Isola Design Festival 2021
Green Designs - Algalip 
Somastudiomilano - Algalip
Material library - Mycelium tiles growing on CSM waste
Augmented Architectures - Mycelium tiles growing on CSM waste and Bioplastics collection
Bioconstrução - Mycelium tiles growing on CSM waste

DesignXDesigners - Milan Design Week 2018, exhibiting Light Cellar
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