Created by EG Communication


"Winter Palace", corridor, Austria.
Private manor, Austria. Corridor decorated in the style of a gallery in the Winter Palace in St Petersburg. Elemnts of decoration involve faux marble, stucco, classical ornamentation and trompe l’oeil. Ongoing. Project led by decorator Alfonso Orombelli:
Da Vinci fresco, bedroom, France
Bedroom, residential home, France. The aim was to use classical drawings (sketches by Leonardo Da Vinci) reflecting the house owners’ interests, albeit in a contemporary manner. The use of watercolour and pencil allowed for a varied but soft colour scheme. 2015
"Berlin Skyline", Century 21, Berlin

Commercial project for the Century 21 Berlin City Center agency. Fresco representing Berlin landmarks in the style of the murals near Alexander Platz. Rendering and acrylic paint. 2015

"Summer Sky & Pirate’s Den", Berlin.

Sky and clouds painted with acrylics directly over the wall.
The pirate’s den is a collaboration with carpenter Julien Rousselle, who built the structure around a single bed. The wood was then stained to imitate the effect of seawater, and decorated with the pirate’s best friends: a parrot and a skull! Private client, Berlin, May 2016

"New York Cityscape", Berlin

For a teenager who lives in Berlin but is eager to travel, this black marker pen cityscape drawn directly on the wall provides another horizon. Private client, Berlin, June 2016.

"Geometry ", Berlin

To liven up the decoration of the TOP Radio Vermarktung group’s offices, three rooms (Live Performance Auditorium, Staff’s Lounge and Meeting Room) and the corridor that links them had their ceilings sprinkled with a flowing, dynamic triangle pattern, positioned to lead the eye from one part of the offices to another. Berlin, September 2016

A collaboration with HELL Architekten

"Das Baumhaus ", Berlin (work in progress)

Das Baumhaus is a communal space based in the Wedding district of Berlin, built and decorated from salvaged and eco-friendly materials. The decoration phase is far from over, and many more photos will appear in the coming weeks.

For now: mosaic and paint join forces to create this stunning mural, representing roots and soil. Mosaics from reclaimed tiles and ceramic objects, textured mineral paint tinted with pigments.
A collaboration with Nina Brachmann.

Berlin, September 2016.