but everyone calls me Den. Hence my stage name Maiden, a combination of important meanings, a reminder of the "girl" that I was and that I don't want to stop being. My career as a designer has distant roots. Academically validated at the European Institute of Design in Turin, my interior designer profile immediately took an introspective turn: what I was passionate about was not limited to helping people furnish their spaces according to the style in vogue.

I was primarily interested in their personalities. That's why I decided to merge the fields of design and psychology together. Finding out who we are and who we want to be is a fundamental step in designing a home environment. One of the things I love most about my job is not just turning desire into something visual, but listening to your stories. Starting from myself, I was able to analyze the house as an image of the human body: the door as a passage, the window as an eye, the kitchen associated with the stomach, the living room the central part i.e. the chest, the bathroom with the guts, the ceiling with the head , cellar with feet. This is why Rediscover Yourself is the phrase I repeat most often during a project. By creating a new home, each of us has the opportunity to reinvent ourselves. If listened to, our unconscious is there to reveal important details about our taste and personality. Under our clothes, behind closed doors, we could find a person unknown to us. This is my mantra; this is the guiding voice that accompanies all my work.

Photo credit: Romain Laurent



a small reality that I created, of a girl or a young woman who loves to feel her emotions, a place she does not want to leave. Creating memories with objects from the past brought back to the present.



The choices we make when building our domestic space are the direct reflection of our inner self. The color of the walls, the curtains in our living room, the number of candles: even the tiniest detail of our home both hides and reveals something about us. Which side of ours is our home going to disclose? What is the feeling we want it to covey to ourselves? Which part of our journey are we letting it share with our visitors? There's no unique answer to these questions. There are thousands of options. Our missions is to stand by your side during this intimate quest. We will guide you through each of these queries so we can, together, re-design your space.