Stefano Galuzzi was born in Milan in 1970. After classical studies in high school and a path in modern literature at university, he concentrated on a lifelong passion for fashion photography whilst cultivating a deep interest in art, architecture and design. This is how he spontaneously started creating forms. Marble is the medium; non-light is the idea he aims to convey.

His ideal sources: Marguerite Yourcenar’s Mémoires d’Hadrien, the porphyry of the Roman emperors, oil lamps, the soul of the ancestors, reflections on a ceiling, shadows that overcome lights. Forms are Euclidean, almost primeval. These mysterious objects, akin to archaeological findings of unknown function, are presences to be preserved, looked at, touched.