Ernesto Fava, a young architect and illustrator, began his training in Turin, then moved to France and finally to Mumbai, where he completed an in-depth study of informal architecture in contexts of social, economic and political marginalisation.
His career is distinguished by the dualism with which he addresses issues related to art and ar-chitecture. He has always been confident in the close link between the two, and works both in the field of design for private clients, ranging from the construction of new houses to detailed interior design, and in the artistic field, creating single works to entire installations on commis-sion.
Specialised in design based on parametric 3D modelling, he applies it to the artistic world, through which he creates dystopian urban visions closely linked to the most critical themes of contemporary society, which are reflected in people's inner selves: sense of isolation, identity crisis, anxiety, lack of references, sense of dissatisfaction, procrastination.
Ernesto's cities are a mirror of a world in which the cardinal values of a society are brought to their knees, a socio-economic reality in which something intangible is worshipped, and in which it is impossible to define a true bond between people, going beyond what they show us through a filter or a screen.