He studied in Milan and worked for the years together with his father, an architect. In the 1930s he adopted some features of modern architecture, especially for the two high-rise buildings in Rijeka and Triest. At the same time he used to design houses in a more academic and Neo-style. He was part of the Italian fascist movement, trying to fulfill the wishes of the Italian fascist party.
After World War II he was reponsable for many official buildings in Italy.