Stefano Serusi was born in Alghero and lives and works in Milan.

His research is focused on the interpretation of spaces, natural or built, and the relationship that people can create with them.

His interventions are mainly site-specific and influenced by disciplines such as architecture and archeology, one for its upward potential on lifestyles and the other for the possibility of interpreting the world starting from fragments. br> The result is places waiting for a user, free to create his own path of discovery and interpretation, in which pauses and gaps have the same importance as the transformed space.