Gubbio - Italy
Work and living spaces intertwine within the historic walls of Palazzo Accoramboni in Gubbio, where the public dimension coexists with the private one.
Inside the studio-atelier we work on projects of architecture, interior design, graphic and product design.
The space houses custom-designed furnishings, vintage designer pieces, custom-made racing bikes and contemporary artworks.
IT'S MY STREET-STUDIO,
YOU CAN SEE EVERYTHING FROM THE WINDOW,
PEOPLE PASS BY, STOP TO LOOK BUT DON'T UNDERSTAND WHAT IT'S ABOUT.
I live and work in the same building.
The heart of my job is designing.
I approach projects with an artisanal methodology that seeks based on an essentialist aesthetics.
To my mind subtracting is a mental process, a way of facing things. It is as if beauty was hidden behind something that can be eliminated.
I believe in the value of design applied to big and small things.
My research-based approach applies both to permanent and temporary goals:
From architecture to interior design, from retail spaces to installations, from product design to art direction, always seeking a strong identity and accompanying the project from concept to final realization.
From the atelier entrance on Corso Garibaldi, you have the impression of a huge void. The window was moved back and opens onto a narrow and high space, minimal and rigorous; all white. Not what you would expect.
IT IS LIKE HAVING INSERTED
A CONTEMPORARY BOX
INSIDE AN HISTORICAL PALACE