AÏKU comes from the Japanese word “haiku” and it means a short poem generally composed of three verses. Wonderful poems
that in a few words express remarkable meanings; a simple poem, with no lexical frills and conjunctions, taking its
strength from suggestions. Due to its incredible shortness, it requires a considerable synthesis of thought and image.
AÏKU can be radical, but at the same time is a refined architecture designed for domestic environments, as well as offi
ces and public spaces.