Giliarde’s passion for architecture was inflamed when he was a child.
From early on he accompanied his father to the construction site. At school, the taste for drawing and modeling, aroused the desire for the arts. What led him to graduate in 2015 from the Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas in Brazil with a degree in Architecture and Urbanism.
In the first year of graduation, he was among the finalists in an international architecture competition where he had the work exhibited at the International Architecture Biennial of São Paulo.
Before graduating, he received an international award from the University of São Paulo (USP) for his work in the areas of design and strategy for urban and socioeconomic development.