11 Mar 2018

In Residence: Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas


Architects, of course, work with space and light, not bricks and mortar. These are the raw materials. That’s especially true of the places they make or remake for themselves; often unassuming, discreet, already there, not very architectural, but always with high ceilings and tall windows. “Real luxury is to have volume, light from outside,” says Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas, who since 1981 has been working alongside his wife Doriana. They live and work together and try not to have too much architecture in either place. “If you build every day, if you plan every day some contemporary building, it’s fantastic to live in an old one,” he says. “It’s fantastic the contradiction between what you are and what kind of life you live.”


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