Mother Mine & All Of Us. A furniture collection inspired by human anatomy. It drifts from the will to value the reflection of my own identity, represented in the shape of a simple fragment, the most wounded piece of my female architecture. Place where all human beings are engendered and formed. The idea started from the need to materialize
a “graffiti”, a hieroglyph, a capricious arabesque that repeatedly fills the blank pages of my notebooks. It is the trace of my identity, the engravement of my youthful female body in a x-ray plate. That sketch reveals itself in the first pieces of the collection, restrained and elegant, occupying the space and creates is own space.