About us

Friends since childhood and study partners in university, we took separate paths after graduation. In 1997 we were both ready to start our own firm and blend our different skills, experiences and ways of working. It has now been almost twenty years! Every job we do grows out of our daily sharing of ideas, technical knowledge and creative inspiration.

Case
We love creating homes that are intimate welcoming and – always – functional.

Places
The source of inspiration for every project: the view, the building, the client’s furniture and art.

Spaces
We choose fabrics, furniture and finishes at the same time we lay out the space; this guarantees that everything will work together.

Functional
Our clients tell us that in their new spaces, everything naturally finds its place.

Fabrics
Textiles are key to giving a home a lived-in feel from the very beginning.

Wall paper
A personal passion of ours. Wallpaper brings personality wherever it goes.

Virna Perissinotto

I received my architecture degree from the Istituto Universitario di Architettura in Venice in 1986. Until 1992, I worked in firms in Milan and Treviso that specialized in restoration and remodelling historic and listed buildings.
I spent between 1992 and 1996 working for the internal architecture department of Edizione Property, Gruppo Benetton’s real estate group. This experience gave me so much: international experience in, dealing with construction contracts and complex building sites. In addition, I had an opportunity to work with great architects: Toni Follina and Luigi Vietti, internationally known for creating the Mediterranean style of Porto Cervo.

Paola Menegazzi

After getting my architecture degree in 1986 from the Istituto Universitario di Architettura in Venice, I worked for four years for a company that provided exclusive interior design for turnkey residences and shops. I was led by architects such as Tobia Scarpa and Gian Paolo Mar and did work in Italy, in France and Monaco. After 1990, I began working for a firm that did restoration and remodelling. The work I did there—in the studio and on the building site—prepared me for my career in private practice.

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