"The architectural is dynamic and fluctuating, in constant dialogue with natural elements: light, water, air and the environmental setting in general."
The core of the project is the user to whom the spaces, natural light, materials and paths are dedicated, to create easy and friendly environments.
"Design and new forms of settlement give life to architectural experiences that ultimately lend quality to our contemporary landscape."
"The architectural detail moves away from repetitive geometrical pattern and calls for the invention of an open and flexible built system."
"Memory is a tool of design. Through reminiscences and transfigurations, memory confers the dimension of time on the constituents of space."
"Technology is never irreverent, but it mediates the aspirations for a contemporary habitat and the perfection of an artfact through the engineering of nature."
A historic building or a dismantled industrial complex are part of a stratified system belonging to the territory, and are a precious heritage to "save" and enhance.
"The spaces are treated as fluid elements of design, possible means for generating new opportunities for encounters and connections."
"It is a new professionalism, able to provide solutions, careful about building forms coherent with well-established contemporary architectural taste."
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