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I firmly believe an architect may not know how to draw. But great architecture must be presented through great drawings! 

Drawing has always been the language of architecture and, in general, of design.


The act of drawing decodes our world. It is the way to understand our space and recreate it. Drawing means being able to see the past, the present and, most of all, the future.


In this era dominated by hyper-realistic GCIs, we are losing our interpretative capacity, and our creativity is restrained to the creation of complicated parametrical geometries.


My illustrations will provide you with the perfect media to communicate your project's essence and tell your story.