Si laurea in Ingegneria Edile, indirizzo Architettura, presso il Politecnico di Torino nel 1999 e da subito lavora per il Gruppo Architettura di FiatEngineering e Marco Visconti. Tra i progetti nei quali è coinvolto ci sono la Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli, disegnata da Renzo Piano, la Nuova Facoltà di Scieneze Politiche e Giurisprudenza in collaborazione con Norman Foster e il restyling dello Stadio delle Alpi a Torino.

Dal 2003 al 2004 si trasferisce a Londra per ottenere un Master in Architettura Bioclimatica e Risparmio Energetico presso ‘The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment’, University College London.

Tornato in Italia, e ricongiuntosi al gruppo di progettazione italiano, si dedica ai progetti della Nuova Meccanica Ferrari e  della Verniciatura Ferrari, concentrandosi  sulle strategie bioclimatiche e di risparmio energetico.

Nel 2007 diventa partner e director di MDN, poi AEDAS Visconti & Partners, dove ha la possibilità di continuare la sua ricerca verso un’architettura sempre più sostenibile, disegnata per l’uomo, dove nuove tecnologie e un attento bilanciamento delle risorse naturali generano soluzioni ed edifici in armonia con la natura. Nel ruolo di partner e lead architect è responsabile di molti dei progetti dello studio come il restyling dell’Autodromo Internazioneale del Mugello, il Nuovo Ristorante Ferrari e uno Space Center ad Abu Dhabi.

Dal 2009 è partner e principal, insieme a Donatella Chiaruttini, di CP_A.

Giuliano earned a degree in Architectural Engineering, with a specialization in Architecture, from the Turin Polytechnic University in 1999 and immediately started working for the Architecture Group of Fiat. Here he was involved in several high-profile projects including the Lingotto Art Gallery, designed by Renzo Piano, the competition for the new Faculty of Law in with Norman Foster, and the new Turin Alpi Stadium.

From 2003 to 2004, Giuliano moved to London to obtain a Master in Sustainable Design from ‘The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment’, UCL, London.

Upon completing this specialization, he returned to the Italian design team of Fiat Architecture Group to work on the Ferrari Engine Hall and Ferrari Painting Workshops, focusing on bioclimatic and energy conservation strategies.

In 2007, Giuliano became director at AEDAS Italy, where he had the opportunity to continue his research into sustainable architecture with the view of striking a careful balance between new technologies and natural resources in order to generate solutions and buildings which are in harmony with nature. He was responsible for many new projects for the studio, such as the restyling of the International Circuit in Mugello, the new Ferrari restaurant, the Space Center in Abu Dhabi, and the Vicenza Fair with Thomas Herzog.

In 2009, Giuliano co-founded CP_A, where, in the role of principal, he leads the design of the firm. Among the firm’s several projects is the Campobasso City Master Plan with Auer+Weber+Assoziierte, the completion and the fit out design of the New Faculty of Law Campus together with Foster and Partners, and a prototype ‘triple zero concept’ house in Liguria region.

From September 2010 to February 2011 he also served as professor of Sustainable Architecture at St. John International University, an American university in Turin, Italy, and he is a visiting professor at the Polytechnic University of Turin and at the School of Business Administration ,SAA.