Architect and researcher, she also writes for Domus, Artribune, Elle Decor Italia and AD Italia. Born in Bologna, she now lives in Milan. She took her degree in Architecture and Urban design from Milan Polytechnic University, with a thesis on architectural history focusing on the intersection between architectural and artistic thinking between 1965 and 1976, in connection with the critic Germano Celant’s articles in the magazine Casabella. She has been working on her Forgotten Architecture project, a platform for rediscovering forgotten and lesser-known modern architecture around the world, since 2019. The huge archive of forgotten architecture that has built up over the years has also become the main source of her independent projects and of her collaborations with brands and institutions as a moderator, curator and writer.