Studio Svetti Architecture

Via Lauretana, 73, 52044 Camucia AR, Italia

An old warehouse in Tuscany, converted into a modern, predominantly white, light studio for architects and designers, with a creativity-inducing ambience. Traditional beams are painted white and six large windows flood open plan areas with natural light.


The studio takes a bold approach in the planning of commercial spaces, with particular interest in hotel interiors and focuses on making uncomplicated theme delivery to structures that require sensitive treatment, whilst developing iconic schemes, practical usage consideration is given priority

ARTICLES

wooden ceiling dining room

Single-family house in Tuscany. From a rural Building to a Cosmopolitan Design

Svetti Studio revisits the style of a single-family house on the hills of Arezzo. Starting from an old rural house, interpreting the artistic soul of the owner, the project focuses on a more cosmopolitan and metropolitan soul

villa infinity pool glass panorama

Luxurious Residence in the hills of Los Angeles. Glass walls and an overflowing pool

In the exclusive neighbourhood of West Hollywood, the Svetti Architecture Studio creates the interior of the luxurious villa overlooking Down Town in collaboration with Mary Ta and Lars Hypko, the histrionic owners of Mass Beverly and Minotti LA, where light and lightness are the key words

Un Diavolo per Capello Hair Salon. Design emblem of the space-matter interaction

Un Diavolo per Capello Hair Salon. Design emblem of the space-matter interaction

Svetti Architecture studio overturns the traditional concept of the beauty salon: Un Diavolo per Capello Hair Salon is an unexpected and unconventional place, a mash-up between an art gallery and a modern metropolitan fashion store

Càos. The celebration of the product hosted in an exclusive space

Càos. The celebration of the product hosted in an exclusive space

Svetti Architecture Studio has supervised the design and implementation of the store Càos, an exclusive space characterized by the simplicity of lines and shapes and that includes corners dedicated to prestigious brands such as high fashion