Master of Arts, Institute Superiore d'Arte, Monza, Italy, 1936.
Instructor, Columbia University, New York City, 1961-1963; director design workshop, Harvard University Graduate School, Cambirdge, Massachusetts, 1953-1957; visiting professor, Carpenter Center for Visual Arts, Harvard University, 1970, 73; visiting professor, University of California-Berkeley, 1978, 81; visiting professor, Dartmouth College, 1978; visiting professor, Royal Academy Fine Arts, The Hague, Netherlands, 1982; artist-in-residence, American Academy, Rome, 1972. Developed sand casting technique. Executed numerous murals.
Member Vietnam Veterinary Memorial Jury, Washington, 1982. Fellow Royal Academy Fine Arts (Netherlands) (honorary). Member National Institute Arts and Letters, American Academy in Rome, Architectural League New York (silver medal 1962, 65).
Married Ruth Guggenheim, August 4, 1938. Children– Pietro, Claire.