I lived in Venice for three years: one in the smallest house you can imagine, the others in a giant apartment with 50's furniture and pre-war windows everything. I would have loved to live in a place like that!
This interior by a2bc architects caught my eyes.
What i liked the most: original brickwalls perfectly conserved, concrete stairs of course, wooden floor inserts.
I would love to decorate and customize this place.
During my journey in Switzerland i found this beautiful rustic hidden in the woods on the way to Serpiano. I'd love to renovate it and it would be such an amazing place to live. The stone walls and the wooden porch were perfectly integrated with the surrounding nature, waiting for the autumn to come.
This year has been a year of photographic research:
I've restructured my thoughts and become more focused on concepts and geometries.
I like to think i'm being myself in an artistic way where it is all connected:
photography, architecture, eyes, heart.
This is a picture I've taken last winter with my Sony NEX-6.
It's all about trees and their branches longing to the sky.
I don't like labelling and illustrating my pictures, I don't like boundaries.
I like Rothko. I like people to see what they wanna see.
printed on canson, framed and ... now on my bedroom wall.
I'm not a fan of total white, indeed I could live in dark interiors. It obviously depends on the places, some fit better than others the dark palette, but i love the sensation of intimacy and cosiness they have.