Born in Feltre in 1939, he moved to Treviso at the age of twenty, where he worked at the Architect Vittorio Rossi’s studio.
In this period he designed the Zattera bed and the Italian Look furniture for living room which, thanks to their innovative content, contribute to defining modern Italian furniture.
In 1968 he met Joe Colombo, who, as the art director of the Elco company, included the Gronda coat hanger in his catalog, which won second prize in the Abet Print competition in 1971.
After the sudden death of Joe Colombo, he realizes the executive part of his project for the exhibition, "Italy: the new domestic landscape" at the MoMa in New York.
With the Aprilia company, he also designed the Tuareg Wind motorcycle, selected for the 14th Golden Compass.
In the furniture sector he designed for various companies and, with the Bellato company, he was selected for the X ° Compasso d'Oro with the Onda bed.
With his studio in Treviso, he deals with design and architecture.