What if your workplace was a showroom, an event space, and an art gallery? Flexibility is a benefit for nearly all design typologies, but the new home for Milan-based creative company Spazio Pesca required several purpose-built spaces at once. Founder Benedetta Gambino had a vision for a multifunctional office that could truly do it all, providing a productive environment for her team of designers, developers, new media experts, and their clients while also opening itself up as a host for its community of local creatives.
At Spazio Pesca, a daytime team meeting to design an artist’s website could easily transition to an evening cocktail party to open an exhibit of her newest body of work. Or an emerging fashion designer could shoot his latest collection on site in the photography studio, then host a trunk show the same week. To allow this variety of potentially simultaneous activities, Greta Cevenini—Italian designer, stylist, and founder of her eponymous studio—transformed the 1,400-square-foot interior of a classic Milanese apartment in the lively Paolo Sarpi neighborhood, employing vibrant color to dynamically define each use.
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