In purely aesthetic terms, I follow the principle of elegant simplicity. This corresponds, in its own way, to the Wabi-Sabi principle in Japanese culture.
Along with the aesthetic, the psychological is also of great import.
Your home is your second skin and its intimate coexistence with yourself is essential, so I strive to discover your real life needs, and let them guide my design to meet each one.
With regard to the financial sphere, my task is to provide you utmost value for your money. You define the budget, I optimize outlays.
I pay great attention to the environmental friendliness of the materials and to ergonomics. I prefer natural materials like wood, stone, linen, steel, leather, silk, mother of pearl and so on. Such interiors will always remain stylish and in fashion, will live long and age with beauty.
The final outcome of my work is crucial, of course, but I do believe that also of great importance is the process. It ought to be enjoyable and can be shared, because construction or renovation can span a rather long stretch of your life, and should have less of the nature of a waiting period and more, actually, that of the zest of creative discovery and diversion.
10% of my income goes to charities like ASIA ONLUS