Viale Sommariva, 38-28, 32021 Agordo BL, Italia

The Architect Massimiliano Dell'Olivo born in Belluno on 1 September 1982. Passionate about technical design during the lower schools, he graduated as a surveyor in 2001 in Feltre. In the same year he enrolled in the course of architectural engineering at the University of Trento. Realizing the propensity for artistic and humanistic studies, he chose to move to the IUAV University of Venice. Upon graduation in architecture sciences, he temporarily detaches from university studies to work at the arch. Daniele Ganz - ISAE - La Cambre - Brussels. Since 2007 he has been following the degree course in architecture with a specialization in sustainability, during which he is selected by the study "C + S associated Carlo Cappai and Maria Alessandra Segantini architects" for the performance of a training course lasting a few months. He graduated in 2009 with full marks and honors by presenting the thesis entitled: "The city of the mountain" with the prof. Benno Albrecht. In 2010 he received the "The Dolomites" award for his studies in architecture and urban planning in the field of sustainability and alpine development with particular reference to the area of ​​the Dolomites, a world heritage site. In 2012 he founded, together with four friends, Dolomiti Architetture, a collective of young architects who conceived and completed the project of the first pavilion of the architecture of the Dolomites, an outside salon inspired by the theme of the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale. He has always been sensitive to environmental and territorial issues since 2013 he is delegate of the FAI Italian Environmental Fund for the province of Belluno. He currently works as a freelance consultant in the fields of graphics, design and architectural, urban and sustainable design