On Ma­rie An­toi­net­te, and all of the interiors. It was so beau­ti­ful». «No, I ac­tual­ly did not stu­dy. I ba­si­cal­ly be­gan by wor­king, dra­wings and de­si­gning tex­ti­les, be­cau­se you know, you don’t need to go to school for that. You sim­ply need a sheet of pa­per

PIE­RO LIS­SO­NI LO­VES CON­VER­SA­TION AND ACCUSES HIM­SELF OF AR­RO­GAN­CE, SARCASM AND CA­PRI­CE. KEPT IN CHECK BY FOR­MI­DA­BLE DI­SCI­PLI­NE.

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Tell me: how did you start? Did you stu­dy art or de­si­gn? How did you ma­ke the tran­si­tion from dra­wings and tex­ti­les in­to ma­king 3-Di­men­sio­nal pie­ces, li­ke fur­ni­tu­re?

I lo­ve your va­ses, I didn’t rea­li­ze you we­re al­so ma­king ce­ra­mics.

The­re are so­me hou­ses in your book, did you ever rea­li­ze any of tho­se? Jum­ping to your work as a pain­ter, do you think the­re is so­me kind of re­la­tion to what you we­re doing back then?

Why did you de­ci­de to stop wor­king in de­si­gn?

Do you of­ten use old-fa­shio­ned words?

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