My sources of inspiration go from big to small, from super famous Piet Oudolf and his highline to the tiny garden behind the corner.
My greater influence, perhaps comes from Lynden B Miller, not only a woman with an extraordinary energy but an amazing public garden designer.


a garden in the “Langhe”, Piedmont wine country

Romantic, bold and old style all at the same time; and from the top of the hill, a fantastic view.

a garden on the Atlantic coast

As ‘natural’ as you can get.

a garden on the lake

A peaceful hideway with view on the Lake Garda. A contemporary garden where foliage and plants structures are the main characters.

Reid Hall: a university in Paris

The French base of Columbia University, Reid Hall is an incredible space hidden in the heart of Paris’ 6th arrondissement.

a garden on the mediterranean coast

A natural cross between an English style and a Mediterranean Garden.

Jardins Jardin, the garden lovers’ fair in Paris

3 days, 3000 plants, 3 friends, one project. In collaboration with my dear friend Dan Walker (www.danwalkerartworks.com) and Elisa Campra (www.naturasumisura.com). Plants kindly offered by Priola’s Nursery (www.vivaipriola.it).

a garden in the Italian Alps

Right at the Italian border with France, a garden, an orchard and a vegetable garden to escape the city life.
In collaboration with Elisa Campra (www.naturasumisura.com).

a little garden in Milan

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an event in the “Langhe”, Piedmont wine country

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a garden in the city

A strong personality’s garden. To go along with.

a garden in Charente

In the French countryside but with breeze coming from the sea.
An effective collaboration with Anna Regge and Elisa Campra (www.naturasumisura.com).

little projects/terraces

Little gardens or terraces to make one’s life as green as possible.