Graduated in Architecture at Venice University in 1969.
Since then he worked in design field as well as architecture and restoration accomplishing, in cooperatiuon with Afra Bianchin, several significant works. From 2000 he works at faculty of industrial design VlaDIS in Venice.
Among the several and important prizes and award: Compasso d'oro ADI in 1970; Compasso d'Oro, Segnalazione d'Onore ADI in 1979; the Resource Council Inc. 1981; Neocom merit Award, Chicago, 1982; Primer, Premio Nacional De Diseño Otorgado 1987; Auszeichnung für hohe Design Qualität 1992 and IF Industrie Forum Design Hannover of 1992.
Moreover, some of his works are exhibited in the most important museums of the world and in October 2004 Institute of Italian Culture in Chicago organized a travelling exhibition (Chicago, Los Angeles, Toronto, San Francisco) dedicated to his works.
In design field he accomplished projects for several and important companies, among which Meritalia, with which he cooperates since 25 years and for which he is a designer of reference.
In 1964 with the designing of their first factory, Tobia Scarpa and Afra Bianchin became planners of all industrial architecture of Benetton group.
Among the vaste architectural production it is worth to mention: factory C&B Italia in Novedrate, house Benetton in Paderno, house Zamprogno in Treviso, house Scarpa in Trevignano, Villa Fragiacomo in Trieste, house Lorenzin in Abano Terme, house Meroni in Carimate, house Molteni in Carimate, house Tonolo in Ponzano, industrial complex of Benetton Group, the polyfuctional athletic stadium in Lommel (Belgio), the Sport palace in Salerno and interporto of Padova.
Among the restorations: Barchessa Villa Lia in Treviso, Punto Sip in Treviso, Palazzo Del Monte in Reggio Emilia, complesso trecentesco in Treviso, projects for restoration of Via Isola in Treviso and Villa Loredan in Volpago del Montello, Villa Guarnieri in Ponzano Veneto, Loggia dei Cavalieri in Treviso, Bonati and Brusati Palaces in Carpi, Palace Bomben-Caotorta in Treviso, le Gallerie dell'Accademia of Venezia and Palazzo del Mercato Vecchio in Verona.