"Designing often means removing, eliminating everything that is not needed or that is not in line with that design," says Picch.Picchme. "A principle that is not always easy to make the client understand. Our work has changed a lot in recent decades. Knowing how to draw is no longer enough, we now have computers to do it for us and we have to do a big job first.we must first of all make a big effort toeffort to understand what the client's real wishes are.".
His most famous projects are all about beautiful vintage bars.of the period. From the multi-celebrated tug Maria Teresa of 1962 to the Riva Caravelle C5 of 1967, designed by the shipyards of the same name in Sarnishipyards and built in Holland by De Vries; to the fascinating Sea Home, a shuttle designed and built by Swede Hugo Shubert.built by Swede Hugo Shubert in 1919 and brought back to life after a long refitting process that also involved the elimination of many interventions made over the years that were not in line with its original plans.