My projects have people as common denominator.

Architecture in the broadest sense, is born and is transformed, always to meet the needs of those who live the space: public, private, green, built; it is always in relation to man.

Architecture finds sense if it relates to the human scale, as Jan Gehl defines it.

These are the five senses of a person and, to them, I add the sixth sense: that of the relationship among people.

Where all this is not present, I prefer nature to design the places.

If people are the protagonists of projects, then they become active players in the process in all its phases, in different ways, but they are always present.

The intertwining of the city and not, cannot ignore the human dimension and the human-nature relationship.