Scale to fit is an Architecture-based composition and design practice.

The holistic approach is synonymous with this practice and is applied to every project in order to produce unique experiences through Architecture, Interior Design and Landscaping of the surrounding area, where this is deemed necessary.

This approach is applicable at any scale allowing more complex projects to be tackled as a set of smaller studies, creating complex design systems with greater clarity and attention to detail.

Becoming an Architect was my dream job, as it is a challenging industry for people who want to create and have variety in their professional life. This profession is an object of passion that those who choose it usually love and do not find themselves practicing it by chance. My dual status, as an archaeologist and as an architect, was what strengthened my holistic approach to dealing with each architectural composition.

I do not declare myself a follower of a single movement, I find virtues in every perspective and I admire harmony, in whatever way it arises.

Eliel Saarinen’s exhortation “Always design a thing by considering it in its next larger context – a chair in a room, a room in a house, a house in an environment, an environment in a city plan” perfectly expresses me.

This means that within everything designed there is on a smaller scale something else that needs design, and something even smaller within that, and so on.

For this reason, I am also possessed by the need, most of the time, in every architectural project to propose and design even objects and tailor-made furniture, trying to strengthen the general image and also to contribute to the best and harmonious functioning of the whole composition, always taking into account the final recipient of the project.