After 25  years as an architect, few years ago I met the Sardinian frame, and I fell in love with it. Led by my strong passion for crafts, I started attending some textile workshops in Mugello (Tuscany) and I learned, step by step, to move the heddles and slide the quill, trying to understand the relationship between the plot and warp and the potential of knowing how to create a handmade fabric.

Over the years I have gone through various experimentation paths, but always with the aim of developing a style that would use the richest textile tradition to create contemporary garments.

Starting from the use of traditional weaving techniques on a 4 heddle loom, I was inspired by the regular lines of the Japanese tradition, bringing Europe closer to the East, combining tradition with modernity, comfort and wearability.

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