Salento and Mediterraneity - The Medieval village of Ostuni, in the province of Brindisi, perched on the steep sides of a hill, surrounded by centuries-old olive groves. The square houses, painted with white lime and the peculiar ellipsoid topography of the village, dotted with trulli and dry stone walls, make it nickname White City, Queen of Olives, Nativity City.
The furnishing, the white painted wooden shelves, recall the profiles of the houses, the decorations, the Mediterraneity of the olive trees.
Graduated in 2005 at the Faculty of Design of the Polytechnic University of Milan in industrial design, interiors section. After an internship in the Luca Scacchetti’s architecture atelier in Milan, she works as modeler, Autocad designer, renderer and graphic designer and takes part into project workshops about hospitality.