Alessia Garibaldi's vision can find a significant synthesis in the phrase of Bernard of Chartres which states “we are like dwarves on the shoulders of giants”.
A way of “doing architecture” that of Alessia who is always aware of the fact that it is often difficult to say something new but that it is essential to know how to add, reinterpret, tell a story in a new and original way. And if the story, the key to understanding it, is already in the very matrices of the project, analysis, research, a sensitivity capable of grasping the detail can break the rules to create "the new" with care and attention. Construction is structure, integration of light and space. A concept of architecture that is more volumetric than technological because it seeks the ideal volume in which to live, the privileged point of view that modifies and shapes the reality of those who are the final user of the building. The materials are natural, pure in their native essence, aimed at interpreting the design narrative with coherence, simplicity, and harmony. For Alessia it is essential to think about the project in a complex and “stratified” way, arriving then at that functional and aesthetic simplification which however pours into the place well-being, comfort and sensoriality.
Mediterranean inspiration, Nordic functionality, natural materials for an architecture that protects, that lets you breathe, that knows how to welcome.