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EU-02X
Pavilion, Marmomac 2022,
Verona
BEIC - Biblioteca Europea Informazione e Cultura
Competition, Milan,
2022
Moncler Studio Ascenti
Set design, Milan, 2022

Floating Opposites - Cassina & One Block Down
Installation, Milan, 2022

Chroma Park
Installation, Dropcity, Milan, 2022


Guerrilla scan
Research, World, On-going

Vetro
Object design, Milan, 2022

BallyHike
Digital environment, Virtual, 2021

Take your seat
ADI Design Museum, Milan, 2021

Dolmen Table
Superattico, Milan, 2020

Dicho
Spatial Installation, Biennale of Tbilisi, Italy/Georgia, 2020

Datacloud 
Grow Your Own Cloud, SXSW, Austin Texas, 2020

Paraphernalia
Installation, The State of The Art of Architecture, Milan Triennale, 2020


Hybrid Field 
Design piece, Berlin, 2019
Domus n°1040 
Cover image and illustrations, November 2019


BIO 26, Bodies of Knowledge
Installation at +MSUM, Ljubljana, 2019

OAT 2019 Arpa
Installation, Oslo Architecture Triennale, Oslo,  2019

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Video installation, Haus der Architektur, Graz, 2019


Machines of Loving Grace
Installation, Teatro Ringhiera, Milan, 2019


Everyday Ruins 
Video installation, Baltsprojects, Zurich, 2019

Microtools, The Invisible Synapse
Installation, Alcova, Milan Design Week, 2019


Domestic Monuments, DiSé
Visual Identity and illustrations, Palazzo Biscari, Catania, 2019

Affordable Art Fair 2019 
Images and Virtual Reality, Milan, 2019
Datasutra
Installation, Virtual Reality, Anise Gallery, London, 2018

Dichtelust
Design piece, Swiss Architecture Museum, Basel, 2018

Relics, Forma e Cemento
Visual identity and illustrations, Salone del Mobile, Milan, 2018
@abnormal_story
an ongoing graphic novel without chronology, since 2017






- Multidisciplinary agency experimenting within design, architecture, digital art and creative direction. -

Dichtelust

Design piece, Swiss Architecture Museum (SAM), Basel, 2019



Developed with support from the Basel City Cantonal Department of Construction and Transport.  

In Switzerland, the concept of density has noticeably negative connotations. In Swiss political debates on urban development and land-use planning, density is often used as a discursive weapon, conjuring up terrible visions of "built up" cities and horrific scenarios with high-rise buildings "overrunning" the evolved city centres. This negative image has to be corrected. The exhibition will demonstrate what density actually means, namely sensible utilisation of buildable territory. One of the central questions is that of how density specifically materialises in the city. This is because density does not automatically mean building "upwards" but, first and foremost, compactly. Used properly, density is also the best means of preventing proximity stress.



- Multidisciplinary agency experimenting within design, architecture, digital art and creative direction. -