“My creation is an object of reproduction, development and transformation: it is a cycle of constant evolution.” Ugo Cacciatori and his father spent his youth in the mountains, learning to identify stones, shapes and materials. “The feeling of touching this material and respecting it is one of the basic principles of my work: an honest design method.” He fell in love with Byron and Shelley’s works, traveled many places, and studied architecture. He has no interest in fashion, but “all these experiences are essential to understand my work today.” Ugo Cacciatori was originally a minimalist architect. It was a process of growth to reach my current luxurious style. In this process, Ugo Cacciatori broke all his own rules.