Actually, the whole building is.
History and city planning located it at the city's way out, in the middle of a flow, where the street divides and tends to the beyond.
The spacious and bright attic in this XVIII century precious building, which hosts offices and stores, is the ideal place for working: central but isolated, peaceful but lively.
The interior design is minimal and characterized by pure, neutral shades of colour. The white colour of the walls and the elm floors give this space a cosy and warm touch, while the cuts of the floor staves define the paths and the entire space.
The main room, which is the operative part of the studio, is long and narrow. Two perfect, wholesome beams of zenithal light come from the two roof windows and enlighten the big white table.
The above portion of the mezzanine stands out and is delimited by two white wooden protections, which also play the role of containers.
The portion below the mezzanine is home to the archive, where open and shut self-wall containers fulfill different functions.
The compact space saver stairway/sculpture with stagger stares divides the main room in an imperceptible way and allows the access to the mezzanine, where the kitchen and relax area can be found.
The library is characterized by two black bookcases sticking out and marking the contrast with the white room and the big white central table.
The studio is characterized by the big drawing table with its four perches made of light coloured wood located in the centre.
The studio is the cognitive map that introduces you to the design style of the Venetian designer a thoughtful place, a spatiality that gives value to the emptiness, a place which is pure but at the same time convivial, where natural lights and sincere smiles pass through.