Packaging box cut out and colored, 25x32x12 cm
Burnt ground stone
The idea comes from one of my old cut outs and from playing with the effect obtained by turning it over (kaleidoscope). This is how we have made a burnt ground stone entirely decorated with fire on its surface. Traditional
Mr. Empire e Miss. Chrysler under the sea, 2010.Fragile 900, Milano Table with crystal-glass surface and bright perforated steel Mr. Empire e Miss. Chrysler under the sea, is a table that tells a story that has never been told before.
This is a four hand project, made with true love and great devotion, thanks to the crucial contribution of Sergio Sabbadini, a friend and colleague. A small ingenious work, realised with the help of specialised workers and great team spirit.
Animal via Crucis
The huge dimension of the painting, the soft wave of the cover, the use of thick and lively colours, make the Via Crucis in Carugate resemble the early medieval frescoes, which covered entirely walls, chapels, and naves of cathedrals (the
Restyling of the light tree
This work was realised when one of the most ancient trees in the town of Carugate died during the renovation of the town hall. Therefore the town and the designer turned it into a sculpture or rather a work of
Threadlike coffee table
A series of threadlike coffee tables, with a fluid and enticing shape, combine two materials, which apparently are poles apart: steel and cob. And play with the decomposition and mirror-like multiplication of the case that defines them. Kaleidoscopic, semitransparent tables
Restyling of the entrance gate
During the world scale event conceived by Nike and other ten contemporary design brands, the location was partially transformed in order to be more comfortable and versatile. I personally redesigned the entrance gate and decorated it with flowery patterns inspired
I thought of the gate for Matteo Tranchellini Studio as a business card, which can reveal to the most curious the world and the activity of those who work and live: an image post-production lab and the everyday life of
A sunflower in Shizuoka
At Kaori Shina and Riccardo Nardi’s suggestion I have realised and exhibited my first cotton sunflower dyed with green tea leaves from Shizuoka, a Japanese city at the foot of Mount Fuji. Kyoichiro Washizu, by using simple green tea leaves
terra Migaki Design 2019
Inside this unique and marvellous space a wall work ealized by me with the technique of plaster detachment on unbaked clay communicates with the artifacts in clay made by Japanese masters. The presence of the ballerinas, in painted ceramics, by
New Diocese of Acerenza
By the Studio de Amicis, a redevelopment of the territory of Oppido Lucano. An austere project, imbued with the Franciscan spirit, which involved three artists: David Tramlett, English artist, creator of very large works. By means of extensive backgrounds of
Vine restaurant in San Patrignano
With Alessandro Busci, a colleague artist, and Nicola Gilbertini, a colleague architect, I am realizing the outside terrace for the restaurant Vite in San Patrignano. This terrace is a huge parallelepiped in iron ore, which will be completely covered in
The animal restaurant
The strong presence of the colour blue is reminiscent of an ancient painting, made to meditate and pray. The knife and fork, which are at the side of the group of animals seem to foretell the sad fate awaiting them.