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My approach to landscape design is deeply personal and distinctive. Each project is an opportunity to explore, understand and enhance a new environment. I am guided by my artistic sensibility but always rooted in the context of the place and the client's needs.

When I take on a new project, I always start with careful observation and analysis of the site. I take my time to walk, look and listen.

I analyze the soil and the light by observing the vegetation in its natural environment. 
I evaluate the site's existing architecture and culture.

I understand my client's wishes, needs, and dreams to find solutions that respect the identity and character of the place and those who live there.

On this journey of discovery and creation, my goal is to give birth to new ones-landscapes.

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My work as an urban planner led me to reflect on significant social and environmental issues on the future of our cemeteries, places mostly outdoors and in close relationship with the landscape.
In 2013 I conceived the project ARBORVITAE, then I AM A TREE, an urban regeneration proposal to re-think cemeteries through the design of urban parks to respond ecologically and sustainably to the lack of soil and to the growing practice of cremation.

In 2019 I became the programme director for THE LIVING CHAPEL PROJECT, an action program born in the United States inspired by the encyclical Laudato Si' on the care for our common home.

From the idea of Julian Revie, composer at the St. Thomas More Chapel at Yale University, the first Living Chapel was designed and built at Pennsylvania State University and shipped to Rome as a symbol to celebrate the encyclical fifth year. The installation was constructed and inaugurated at the Rome Botanical Garden Museum, where it is still housed.

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I AM A TREE is a new place for our cities; it is a memorial park which provides an alternative and ecological way to preserve or scatter the cremation ashes in a cinerary house or under your tree, where you can keep your pets close to you or next to your loved ones.



The Living Chapel is an iconic architecture that represents a program of action supported and shared by the Vatican Dicastery for the Promotion of Integral Human Development, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda.

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