"In designing gardens it is essential to know and work with the plants involved, as they are the essential matter that defines the shape and the space of architecture of the landscape."
Originating from Gorizia in Italy, I was born into a region where languages, peoples, cultures, climates, flora and much more are brought together and blended in a place where change and instability are part of everyday life.
This movement and the concern of its locals of the natural development of this area have had a strong influence on my cultural and vocational training, as well as my professional choices.
After studying architecture at the Technische Universitaet in Vienna and graduating in Civil Engineering at the University of Trieste, in 2004 I undertook a Masters in Landscape Design at the University of Turin.
In 2005 I moved to London and, after completing an internship at Kew Gardens, started professionally collaborating with Bradley-Hole Schoenaich and Trees Associates.
I am proud to have been a gardener and plantsman before becoming a garden designer, as I believe that with such projects it is essential to know how to work with plants, which are the essential element that defines the shape and architecture of the landscape space.