As time goes by, my idea of what to consider “perfect”, in my own Design as well as in my life, is getting closer to its opposite: the imperfection.In a world where plans and actions are someway ruled by patterns or templates (being them physical or procedural), imperfections are still a tangible evidence of…Read more >
A few months ago, my cousin and his lovely wife were about to become parents.
You know, parenthood is something really stunning!
As I’m a parent too, I can tell you for sure that, from the very first crying, you start looking at life with different and renewed eyes.
It’s a new and exciting path, where …
Sometimes designers’ struggle for shapes should just calm down.
Nature never stops to provide us with a large source of inspiration, but if we want to get it properly let’s stop always looking up to the sky for a falling solution.
With that in mind, the idea I was seeking for my next vase came while I was mowing my lawn.
Ladies and gentlemen, Miss Lesser Calamint!
For those of you who think that “mistake” and “defeat” are the same thing, here’s some breaking news: stop thinking like that, or just stop reading this tale.
I strongly believe in the power of making mistakes, especially in creative processes.
A mistake always gets somewhere, and if you don’t give it a chance, well…you’re just making your next mistake.
You may be tempted to undervalue what your kids and a bidet faucet can do together.
Well, don’t do that.
They’re just an evil duo for unaware parents.
Please, now free your mind and focus on this:
never ever enter your bathroom after your kids without turning on the light…or do it at your own risk!!!
Summer nights, outdoor dining with friends!
Why not pampering your guests with some fresh “food design” along with delicious dishes?
In the Mediterranean area, where I live, citrus fruits are renowned, and my own garden has got plenty of big and juicy lemons. So, let’s get inspired by Nature, then!
My guests are about to arrive…
You may think a family crest is a quirk for the old-fashioned rich or someone affected by delusions of grandeur. An out-of-date knickknack poorly pretending to depict yourself. The ultimate “useless uselessness” at the time of social networks.
Well, I respectfully disagree.
A crest isn’t that frilly: it’s just a…