Architect and urban planner with a degree (1998), a master's degree (2011), doctorate (2017) and post doctorate (in progress) from the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of USP. He’s Professor at Escola da Cidade since 2009.
From 2013 till 2017 was representative of the Brazilian Institute of Architects at CONDEPHAAT (Council for the Defense of the Historical, Archaeological, Artistic and Tourist Heritage of the State of São Paulo) and at CONPRESP (Municipal Council for  Preservation of the Historical, Cultural and Environmental Heritage of  Sao Paulo) Coordinator of the Scientific Committee for Heritage of the 20th Century of ICOMOS Brazil, Partner at Metrópole Arquitetos office where he has been developing works related to the preservation of Cultural Heritage focused on modern preservation such as:
Restoration of the headquarters building of the Institute of Architects of Brazil, SP (2014)
Silver Medal at the Domus Restoration Award, Ferrara, Italy, (2016)
FAUUSP Conservation Plan - Funded by the Getty Foundation (2016)
MASP Conservation Plan - Funded by the Getty Foundation (2018)
Paulo Mendes da Rocha’s House Conservation Plan
King House Conservation Plan (arc. Paulo M. Rocha)
Triangle house Restoration (arc. Villanova Artigas)

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