Thank you Vogue Living for another amazing publication of my recent project, a kind of journey through past, present and future.. protagonist our beautiful client-friend and house owner Elisabetta Morandini.
Thank you AD Italia for the amazing cover story of my recent project. Icons of design coexist with custom-designed or custom-made furniture and objects suspended between art and design, protagonists of historical spaces in a contemporary perspective. Time has no boundaries in design, past and future merge through tradition and novelty.
Proud of the beautiful story about our latest project published on AD Germany. A fertile dialogue between past and present, old and new, ancient and contemporary. Which enhances the identity of the space.
Thank you AD Spain for the beautiful story of my latest project where icons of design live together with custom-designed or custom-made furniture and objects between art and design, protagonists of historical spaces in a contemporary vision. A constant exchange between past and future.
Small story in collaboration with my favorite architect,
John Pawson. Refined simplicity, bare elegance, Zen beauty.
Romantic and rural version of that “less is more” dogma.
Our 1960s caravan by the sea, a fairy tale:
mini project born as a joke and by chance,
the last four-handed game with my youngest son.
Around the world to China for our midcentury camper,
the most loved mini project, the fairy tale that makes everyone dream.
Small collaboration on this story with John Pawson,
the pioneering architect who elevated nothingness to an art form,
has just completed a project in the England countryside
for his most demanding client: himself.
Lands in Brazil our mini-project that makes the world dream..
A real fairy tale for my favorite cowboy ever: the perfect mini retreat is wild,
free and totally unessential.
World tour for our mini project playground that makes lovers of nature,
freedom and beauty dream.
Thank you TMagazine New York Times for choosing our caravan fun project as one of the 14 most intriguing interiors of the year!
Loving our tiny mobile home, symbol of nomadic architecture,
object of reflection from Le Corbusier to Jean Prouvé.
Thank you TMagazine for coming to Tuscany
visiting our magical tiny mobile home.
The sky into a room: the last four-handed dreamy play
ground with my favorite cowboy.