The collection Coreografie Seriali wants to deepen the relationship between cloth and body, and the meaning that every single garment acquires when it is worn, going from the flat pattern up to the volume of the body.
In my research, I focus on movement, on the space the body occupies, analyzing the work of Lucinda Childs in her numerous diagrams depicting her dance pièces and Rudolph Laban's dance studies with the theory of the icosahedron.
The design work starts from the plan, from the development of paper patterns and the volume they produce.
I begin my studies in Architecture at the Politecnico di Torino. Here I’ve become passionate about rationalist and functional shapes and about the modern movement in which primary innovations develop in the various fields of design. After my bachelor I decided to continue in the fashion area, a related design where I’m being able to rediscover manual skills absent in architectural composition.
My research focuses on inhabiting the body and on the bond that is created between the home and the garment, both volumes that protect man and at the same time identify a person.