"A hotel, like any living space, comes to life in perception through touch, hearing and sight, but the first to notice them and make an instinctive but profound judgement is smell, whether we want it to or not, and it imprints itself on our
memory, forever. Living, working, loving, resting, relaxing are essential activities in everyone's life: each of them can be better if the place where it takes space has its essence.
This is where my idea of olfactory furnishings comes from: creating an environment that is comfortable and at the same time stimulating, that reflects the needs of the individual, for his or her psycho-physical well-being. This is true for any environment, and even more so for a hotel, which means welcome, wellbeing and the art of hospitality, and which must therefore have its own characteristic, correct fragrance.
The important thing is to know how to formulate it appropriately. I look for the essence of the environment, to identify the olfactory notes that are closest to its character and obtain the fragrance that intimately reveals, to those who live in it and those who visit it, passions and objectives, values and pleasures, that generates immediate harmony between man and context, to live well in it".