Eponymously dubbed Spazio Pesca, the hub is located on via Paolo Sarpi in Milan’s Chinatown and takes over a typical Milanese townhouse. Set designer and interior architect Cevenini has created a series of ‘surprising’ contrasts within its rooms, juxtaposing bright colours with muted shades.
An acid green entrance sets the tone, leading into an exhibition space with a kitchen, office and meeting rooms beyond – in less lurid colours.
Mirrored tables and stools are by architect Sofia Albrigo. However, there’s a veritable feast of product design within the ‘polymorph space’, including spaghetti chips by Alias, ergonomic seating from Lapalma and lighting by Vesoi. There’s also a fully equipped kitchen by Zerogloss and an instagramable floral display in the bathroom by Mariachiara Manelli.
Spazio Pesca can be hired for events, shoots, press days, pop-up stores or exhibitions on a flexible basis, as well as providing workspace for the creative collective.