The Farkitecture collection is born from a fusion between fashion and architecture. The designer is inspired by structural forms and geometric shapes with modern and futuristic aesthetics. Works by renowned artists have served as a reference to create innovative, elegant and timeless designs.
Garments with large volumes and complex shapes create contrasts between classic and modern effects by combining traditional fabrics such as cashmere with more technical types such as nylon and cotton coated PVC. Special details and finishes stand out on each of the pieces, mixing light and heavy materials. Metallic details are combined with a colour palette dominated by black, blue, beige and brown.
It was the winner of the Best Fashion IED Thesis Award 2015 and finalist of the contest ModaFAD 2015.