Co-founder of Interplan 2 Architects, Alessandro’s work is known internationally for his commitment to the exploration of innovative built form and highly sustainable architectural models and programs. A LEED Green Associate himself, he is the head of the Green Building Council Italia Campania Chapter, and his research is based on the interaction between climate and culture.


Alessandro is an expert architect in the field of architectural and integrated engineering for institutional, workplace, retail, defense and transport facilities. His most recent works as Interplan's Director of Design, the new Telecom Italia Rome Pomezia Headquarters, the new NATO JFC Naples Headquarters, and the Green Living Shanghai Project, have been exhibited at Venice Biennale’s 15th International Architecture Exhibition in 2016.


As Interplan’s Director of Design Alessandro takes responsibility for coordinating the design teams and the inter-disciplinary collaboration.


Education and qualifications


  • LEED Green Associate, Green Building Certification Institute, (2012).

  • Doctorate degree (PHD) in Architecture, University of Naples “Federico II (1994).

  • Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design, Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, Preservation, New York, NY (1991).

  • Laurea degree cum laude, University of Naples Federico II School of Architecture (1989)

  • Extension Study Program, Architectural Association School of Architecture, London (1988)

  • Entrusted professor of architecture, University of Naples “Federico II” (1999-2006), and Milan Polytechnic (1995-1998)

  • 7 days short course “Airside and Landside Airport Design”, Loughborough University, UK (1998)

  • 120 hours course for Health & Safety Work Coordinators, as per D.Lgs. 494/96, USPPI, Napoli (1998).

  • 40 hours Value Engineering seminar, Engineering Field Activity Mediterranean, US DoD, Naples, Italy (1995).