Alessandro Scandurra started his career working on several theater settings. He designed the set of the opera Fidelio for the open air Berlin National Opera production; this has been performed in Berlin, Paris, Venice and Jerusalem on the occasion of the 3000th anniversary of the Jewish city.
In 2001 he founded Scandurrastudio. He pursues his professional career in parallel with research, publishing and teaching activities. Visiting professor at SUPSI Lugano-based Swiss University since 2005, he has been teaching at the Milan Polytechnic from 2004 to 2007. In 2011 he published the book “Carlo Scarpa e l’origine delle cose” (Marsilio publishing house) and in 2012 he has been nominated Head of Advisory Board of Portaluppi Foundation.