Eugenio was graduated in 2019 in Architecture at “Roma Tre” University.
In his Master’s Degree Thesis he studied the relationship between buildings and mobility in urban areas. The aim of this study was to define a strategy of intervention to extend the lifetime of outdated buildings, in a context that is evolving towards an electrical, sustainable, and lightweight mobility. The case study was the “Metronio Market”, built in Rome in 1956. The purpose of the renovation was to make the building usable and useful to the new vehicles of urban micro-mobility. All of the aspects of the project, from survey to design, have been developed in a BIM environment.
Eugenio joined the edgearch team in 2018 as an intern in the Rome branch office. He starts working on the interior renovation of the Mawakeb Office building in Riyadh and Wataniya Insurance Co. in Jeddah, focusing on the improvement of BIM methodology.