After graduating and training in Milan, in 2006 he moved back to his region, Friuli Venezia Giulia, where, in
the historic fortress-city of Palmanova he founded the “LucidiPevere” design studio together with Paolo Lucidi.

Since 2021 he has also been working as a freelancer, personally following some of the most prestigious brands
in the furniture industry such as Agape, Arflex JP, Danao Living, De Padova, Driade, Foscarini, Gebrüder
Thonet Vienna, Hem, Kristalia, Ligne Roset, Living Divani, Porro, Roda, Stylex, Zanotta, and many others.

His origins – Friuli Venezia Giulia is a borderland and historical crossroads of cultures – made him a designer
particularly open to the concept of diversity, often intended as a quest for all the possible design meeting points between form, archetype, materials, and technologies. He strongly believes in human relationships and long-lasting products, for which he is constantly looking for a “pragmatic poetics” able to balance the corporate identity with the key element of the project.

Over the years he has taught and held lectures in several design faculties as well as collaborated with a lot of
international companies considered benchmarks in various sectors, including furniture, lighting, bathroom,
and home accessories. Some of his creations have received awards and recognitions – such as Designpreis
Deutschland, Red Dot Design Award, IF Design Award, Good Design and two “Golden Compass” Honorable
Mentions – and are now exhibited in the most important international museums.