Graduated cum laude in Architecture in 2010 at the Second University of Naples (Italy), she studied both in Italy and in Belgium (Bruxelles). She is currently PhD researcher and lecturer at TU Delft Faculty of Architecture and the Build Environment, in the Chair of Complex Projects. In April 2015 she moved to Beijing (China) as UKNA research fellow conducting research activities on the subject of HST (High-Speed Train) stations, and teaching activities at Beijing University of Technology. She has been participating for 3 years (2011/2014) to the international research program 'Villard d' Honnecourt' coordinated by IUAV, the Italian Faculty of Architecture in Venice, in collaboration with ETSAM in Madrid (Escuela tecnica superior de arquitectura) and Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Architecture de Paris Belleville. She currently collaborates as architectural researcher at KAAN Architecten Bureau in Rotterdam. She has published research articles in journals and presented papers in international and national conferences. She speaks fluently French, English, Spanish and Italian (mother tongue).
She is currently seminar leader in AR3CP040 water seminar and she is coordinating CP studios.