Massimiliano Fuksas born in Italianel 1944, but is of Lithuanian origin, is one of the leading figures in the contemporary architectural scene.
Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas head the Italian design studio Fuksas with an international soul with offices in Rome, Paris and Shenzhen.
The architect Massimiliano directed the VII International Architectural Exhibition "Less Aesthetics, More Ethics" in Venice from 1998 to 2000.He holds the position of Visiting Professor in several universities around the world, including Columbia University in New York, Ecole Spéciale d'Achitecture in Paris, Akadenmie del Bilden Kunste in Vienna and Staatliche Akademie Kunste in Stuttgart. Since 200 he has been the author of the architecture column in the Italian weekly "L'Espresso," a column founded by Bruono Zevi.
His wife Doriana was born in Rome and graduated in sotria of modern and contemporary architecture at Sapienza University in Rome and in architecture at Esa in Paris. She began working with her husband in 1985 and has been in charge of Puksas Design since 1977.