A DREAM chased since childhood, a work strongly desired with PASSION and CURIOSITY.
I have often heard the word “dream” when I have been called for a job and usually this has been used as an allusion to an unreachable situation. However, I am convinced that as architects we must be able to dream and give shape to the dreams of our clients. I feel involved in a process of empowerment when I am entrusted with a design assignment, which, in addition to responding to a person’s desire, must necessarily be in the right perspective with regard to the context, the environment and humanity.
My education in the music field helps me to approach projects with dedication and the search for perfection, just as I have learned to do by assiduously repeating the scores on the piano.
I am constantly looking for new incentives, studying subjects only apparently far from my profession, which instead help to refine my skills in order to include their positive effects.
Clients are transformed over time and often become friends who, in addition to collaborating fully for an optimal result, have helped me to improve as an architect and as a person.
I had a strong incentive from a great name in architecture such as Peter Eisenman, who helped me to go beyond simply solving the problem, suggesting that I investigate what philosophers, historians and architects before us have passed on to us.
The very essence of my work for me lies in the construction process. The construction site, the place of making, the place where details and drawings become reality. In this phase the “symphony” becomes concrete, what has been thought, designed and drawn takes shape. The direction of the work lies in coordinating the roles of the actors, just as a conductor must calibrate the performances and direct the operations to achieve a perfect performance.