Transparent garden

1987, Galleria Progetto Volpini, Milano, Italy
Glass/iron/granular marble/water

An environment composed of industrial glass sheets from 2 to 5 mm thick on black and white marble granulate. The thin slabs create an ephemeral atmosphere.


1992, Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Roma, Istituto Giapponese di Cultura in Roma, Roma, Italy
Glass/marble/granular marble, diameter 5,0 m

An installation presented at the exhibition “Japan – Italy, young generations” held as part of the celebrations for the 30th anniversary of the Japanese Cultural Institute in Italy. The installation – intended as a presentation of the path of life– was made up of 83 glass sheets and 85 blocks of raw marble.

Bright spellings

1995, Il Mercato del Pesce, Sesto San Giovanni (MI), Italy
glass/iron/granular marble

630 panes of glass ideally transform a 250 square meters windowless bare space into a garden for meditation where time is suspended.

Water flow

2000, Villa San Carlo Borromeo, Senago(MI), Italy
glass/iron/granular marble, h 0,7 x 9,0 x 3,5 m

The image of the glass is linked to the water, both reflect and reveal.
A fluid transparency on the green grass let us feel Nature welcome.

Rhythmic refractions

2007, Mestna galerija Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Glass/iron/granular marble

This path is located in the large room of the museum on a summer day full of sun. The glass sheets create a new space and offer shiny light effects.

Transparent reflexes

2014, Museo Luciano Minguzzi, Milano, Italy
Glass/iron/granular marble

Travel to an imaginary city on the water. A composition of 9 elements of glass and iron, approximately 110 to 140 cm high.


2014, Museo di Santa Giulia, Brescia, Italy
Glass/iron/granular marble

The museum housed inside the monastery of Santa Giulia tells its 3000 years of history with important collections.

The exhibition consisted of 7 large works and 2 installations in the “Veneto Age” section together with marble and stone monuments, capitals, and bas-reliefs dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries.
Time stratification and glass stratification.