Massimo Magaldi, born in Milan in 1971, studied at the Faculty of Architecture of the Polytechnic of Milan. In the early years of his career worked with Prof. M.L. Trani in the same University, studying and practicing management and planning of the construction sites, believing that knowing the way to build is essential to practice as an architect. During the following years it was divided between real estate developments of the family and professional practice, mainly in residential and commercial fields. In 2006 he opened his own architectural firm based in Milan, which gives his contribution in the fields of residential, commercial, restaurant and hospitality design. His approach to architecture is rationalist, with particular appreciation for critical issues of the so-called school of Milan. He is inspired by the principles of truth and clarity of construction, applying in the search of formal simplicity, attention to detail, and use of sustainable technologies and materials. His work emphasize the ongoing dialogue between materials, textures and light. He considers essential the presence of movement sensation in space, obtained by reducing separations and searching for always different points of view, without ever sacrifice the reasons of the project to pure formal research. Among the last most prestigious works are the expansion of the Seven Stars Galleria Hotel in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, the only seven stars certified hotel in Europe; Pavarotti Restaurant & Museum, dedicated to the Maestro Luciano Pavarotti; and Duomo 21 restaurant & lounge, overlooking Piazza Duomo in Milan. According to his commitment in the field of luxury hospitality design, he has been invited as a speaker to 2015 edition of the International Tourism Fair TTG in Rimini, Italy. Convinced of the need to reconsider man's sense of belonging to Earth, it is committed to develop a sustainable community in Chile, and in the creation of value by the application in environment preservation and energy efficiency.