The aim of the Arké collection is to take inspiration from the architecture of the past and reinterpret them through a more contemporary taste, capable of reaching an abstract state, separated from the original context. Babylon Wall is inspired by the majestic doors of Ishtar, that once surrounded Babylon. Typical of the structure was the cobalt-blue color of the bricks and the gold detail that created images of lions and dragons.
Persepolis Wall showcases colors that strengthen the idea of the passage of time. The typical brown tones of the desert stones prevail, like shadows of a distant past. The linearity of the background finds a contrast with dots and hints of different pigment, like sand trapped in between the stones.Lastly, Artemis Wall draws inspiration from the majestic ruins that once surrounded the old Temple of Artemis. The beauty of the marbles that once covered the buildings of the entire sacral complex relive within this reinterpretation, juxtaposing the shadows of the ancient bas-reliefs to the polychromy of the yellow tones from the sun and the pink veins of the stone.