Marc DiDomenico is an award-winning architect who oversees the academic programs and admissions at FIDI. In Florence Marc DiDomenico has collaborated with some of Italy’s most respected architecture studios such as Studio Carmassi di Architettura and Studio Ponsi Architettura & Design. As a collaborator of Florentine architect Andrea Ponsi he participated in various competitions in both Italy and America, especially for the winning entry competition Palos Verde Arte Center and the finalist entry for Arezzo, Tuscany. During the years as a collaborator of Pisa architect, Massimo Carmassi major works included historical restorations in Rome, Tuscany and Ferrara, competitions in Perugia, Ancona and Lipzig Germany. School facilities in Parma and Perguia, and residential developments in Livorno. Arch DiDomenico was educated in the United States with architecture degrees from the American Universities of Drexel and Syracuse. In 2002 he was recognized by the Minister of Instruction as an Italian architect and subsequently accepted into the Florentine Order of Architects.
Arch. DiDomenico also severed as the 2009 President of AIA Europe chapter and Vice President from 2006-2008.AIA Continental Europe is one of seven international chapters of The American Institute of Architects with hundreds of architect members throughout Europe and North America. Through the AIA he is involved with the organization of design exhibitions, architectural tours, and international conferences. Between 2008 and 2017 DiDomenico held the role of Chairman for the chapter's continuing education system.