Simone Micheli is one of those architects who honestly believes in his work and does not easily abandon his ideas and dreams. He comes from a family linked to the art world, which has affected him deeply. He deals with his profession in a transversal way, from architecture to design, giving much emphasis to the communicative aspect, which he considers the cornerstone of this profession.
Observing your works, especially in the interiors, seem to be catapulted into a “futuristic” dimension, where brand new objects interact within antique contexts. How do you manage to achieve this union?
In architectural recoveries, of whatever type they may be, I always try to safeguard what exists, working with the logic of philological restoration, to then introduce first of all, content-related themes, aesthetic, formal and that function for those who inhabit the spaces. I always try to give a new visual order to “things”, but...
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