Alberto Greti is a freelence architect who works in the ﬁelds of architecture and urbanism, he has collaborate with Daniel Libeskind since 2006 when he worked for Studio Libeskind New York on the initial phases of the CityLife master plan in Milan. Following his experience in New York, he moved to Rome to work as a freelence architect, continuing the collaboration with Studio Libeskind in other italian projects. From 2015 he is involved in the design of the Tor di Valle master plan in Rome, which will host the new stadium of A.S. Roma. As a freelance he is involved in La Spezia Waterfront competition which was won in 2007 by the team of Josè Maria Tomas Llavador. Before joining Studio Libeskind, he worked from 2006 to 2002 for Massimiliano Fuksas in Rome on a range of architectural project worldwide, he worked as senior architect for the master plan of the New Milan Trade Fair, in the 2004 he moved to Milan to manage the design and the construction phases of the fair buildings. Before this experience he has collaborated on several project with Studio Labics and Nemesi Studio both in Rome. Alberto recived his MARCH from the University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’ in 2000.