An intermediary step between Mars and the reality of the immediate 'here', this series of drawings is a quest on a series of questions:
Is fantastic architecture closer to reality when placed in town?
Does simple contextualisation bring drawings closer to becoming actual buildings?
Is the city of Milan (like many others, jealously guarded in its more or less ancient shape, with a downtown barely allowed to grow) rightly keeping its character, or just turning into an ossified postcard town?
One way or another, it's good to forget for a while about square meters, 60-degree angles, bureaucracy and functionality, to ride free above the roofs of the city.