Vittorio Massimo was born in Treviso in 1981. After obtaining a scientific diploma in 2000, he studied Architecture at IUAV in Venice, where he graduated in 2006.
From 2007 he collaborated with the John Pawson Architects studio of London for three years, as well as with the MZC+ studio of Treviso, with which still collaborates. Presently he follows either private assignments and participates to national and international awards. In 2010 he was European project finalist at Galway in Ireland for the arrangement of a section of the city, then he obtained a second place in Galliera Veneta for the New Museum and Civic Centre in the city centre, and a first place for the arrangement of the historical centre of Palazzolo di Sona by Verona.