The original brief was to create a fun and inventive hangout at 7th Avenue South in Manhattan where authentic Italian comfort food would be reconstructed into ravioli and other bite-sized dishes served with drink from the Bubbles Bar. In the design we used a teal blue that dominates the space, wood for some architectural elements and a bright marble that we used for the bar and tables. As an accent material we added brushed bronze and fabrics with mid-century geometrical texture.
Photo shooting: Leonardo Ventura
Pinocchio children’s library
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The elaboration of the project for Pinocchio library in Collodi focuses on creating a social point for children and city’s habitants as well. As a starting point, we considered the history of Collodi and in particular the way in which Pinocchio’s story influenced and gave form to the city. The project brings together multiple functions such as places to meet, socialize, study, perform and hang out.
The focal point of the design is a series of public spaces that connect the sides of the river and provide an access to the area and facilities from both Via delle Cartiere and Via Pasquinelli. The main volume of the new library next to the old papermill consists of an underground insertion along the river and a rectangular main body above the ground. The existing retaining wall along the river makes part of the façade for the underground floor, while the roof of the volume is a garden which is naturally integrated with the existing terrain level. It aims to hide the big volume which is to be discovered by visitors once they go further towards the river.
A new shop located between the library and the papermill is capped by a roof connecting the buildings between each other and creating a covered space underneath and framing a public square which serves as an entrance from the city to the territory. This space is continued to the opposite side of the river by a bridge which takes the visitors to the auditorium, the media spaces, the café and an underground parking. They form the second square providing another gathering point and a public space. The second link between the two sides is an extended corridor that hosts a gallery space and crosses the river on the 2nd floor level connecting the papermill factory with the media space building.
The Kidult soul is the starting point for the concept for this brand of fresh and young jewelry. The project is based on essential and geometric lines, light colors, materials that recall nature, such as wood, textile fibers to reflect in furniture itself what is the essence of the product exposed. 100 basic modules compose the pilot project of this idea, which includes a series of display elements and wall elements that can be assembled together playing with full and empty, backdrop modules and backgrounds that, starting from a single element, can generate freestanding display corners and monobrand stores.
Castello Sforzesco Suites
Castello Sforzesco Suites is a unique and innovative accommodation solution. It represents the best choice for those in town on vacation or work.Elegant, bright, quiet. Castello Sforzesco Suites has spacious and elegant 18 sqm bedrooms, furnished in a sophisticated style and with amenities that meet the best quality standards. Decorated with a refined taste. Oak wood flooring. Bathroom with white Carrara marble fillets. Everything is part of a 100% Made in Italy designer style. Spot lighting, beds, wardrobes, armchairs and bathroom accessories: every detail is designed to make Castello Sforzesco Suites the reference point for those looking for excellence in the heart of the city.
WOOD FLOORING in oak boards
LIGHTS Flos, Viabizzuno, Kristina Dam, Penta
ARMCHAIRS and FOOTRESTS B&B Italia and Sancal
NIGHT STANDS B&B Italia, with white Carrara marble top and satin finish
SINKS and MIRRORS Porcelanosa
Artisan BATHROOM FITTINGS Flaminia
WALL PAPER by Phillip Jeffries