architecture and creativity
The framework of the monumental heritage of Florence enriches daily our passion for art and inspires each of our projects. Specifically those for museums and cultural spaces in which we use the experience gained in the management of several of international events.
An approach strongly inspired by creativity that leads ourinterior designinterventions also for housing, retail and workplaces projects.
Quality and creativity
A well-conceived interior design start from a careful analysis of the customer’s needs and includes a thorough study of the external context and a functions diagram. A process that qualifies an effective design concept and defines spaces of strong identity as well as useful layouts inspired by modularity and flexibility. All that into a creative process that we support with our visual and graphics skills, the best selection of materials and products, the study of color and light, the search for maximum comfort.
In the retail sector, in Florence, we offer customers a review of their brand and the drafting of interior design manuals useful in the development of their retail identity.
Passion and creativity
In twenty years we have collected exhibition projects for over 220,000 square meters. From the layout design for large events and fairs to the design of site specific and art installations. We consider the ephemeral one of the most fascinating frontiers of architecture, closely linked to the sphere of emotions and communication.
We created exhibition pavilions in historical contexts and set up disused spaces from Berlin to Sao Paulo, from Santiago de Chile to Milan.
Culture and creativity
Our experience in exhibition design is the basis for a wider range of interventions for museums and cultural spaces. In Italy and abroad. In Italy and abroad.
In this area of extraordinary charm, we aim to develop integrated projects with the support of professionals in the field of archeology, art history and restoration.
Our first test was the refurbishment and reuse of the former convent of Santa Maria Maggiore in Florence and today we are engaged in setting-up andinterior projects for libraries, museums, schools, theaters.