In the design of Quari reverberate the Venetian craft traditions, primarily that of the master glassmakers who worked the frames and the square-shaped glass, the "quari" precisely, to make mirrors.
For the bathrooms, the architects decided taps Roma Series of Star, the iconic collection, a catalog from ninety years
SDM Products Selection, a selection of design products able to improve the liveability of indoor and outdoor spaces, while at the same time expressing a mood.
Meeting table, a unique piece designed by studio Francesco Meneghello and created by Venetian craftsmen in solid recovered from the iconic briccole Venice.
"12" the number of designers involved, is the title of the exhibition, organized by the Civic Museums Foundation in collaboration with the Venetians GLAS ITALIA and curated by Daniele Sorrentino, which will be held simultaneously in Venice at the prestigious museums of Palazzo Fortuny and Ca 'Pesaro-International Gallery of Modern Art.
The “little theater” of Tadao Ando, after the restoration of “Palazzo Grassi” in 2006, and of the “Punta della Dogana” in 2009.
Eclecticism, contrast between contemporary and modern, refined style and research in detail: these are the characteristics that make the Centurion Palace in Venice, Five-star luxury hotel chain Sina Fine Italian Hotels, a real reference point for lovers of design and luxury in Venice. The hotel, with direct access to the Grand Canal through private dock, is located in the work nineteenth century formerly known as Palazzo Genovese, in Dorsoduro, in the area of one of the cloisters of the monastery of San Gregorio (second half of 1100), between the oldest areas of Venice.
In conjunction with the 2013 Venice Biennale of Art, the CROSSOVER exhibition opens the dialogue between the artists of the HUBEI School and some exponents of the new Italian art scene.
The exhibition "CROSSOVER / A dialog between the Chinese School of Hubei and the New Italian Art Scene", parallel to the 55th edition of the 2013 Venice Biennale, 1 24 from June to November at Tesa 113, Arsenal North, highlights the work and experiences of a coherent and articulated group of Chinese artists - the so-called “Hubei School” - comparing them with similar experiences from contemporary Italian art.