During a five year experience of living in a big shared apartment I wanted to document the people that inhabited this space.

The 6th FLOOR project was set in a 50’s attic, kind of like a commune in Milan, where in each conversation you could feel an anxiety for the future but at the same time a constant intimacy has been present in every gesture by revealing a powerful solidarity.

Sometimes I was not able to understand their attitudes and there was a sense of uneasyness about being young today, isolated in a lost field of virtual connections.

The emotional link between people was our comfort zone, power, pure energy and life.

Loves and worries were reflected on the walls between the folds of the couch and on the fabrics of the armchair up on the 6th Floor.