Galleria De Carlo
An ex laboratory in the center of Milan. A space designed so as not to appear too designed, with rough wood floors and white walls ideal for a contemporary art gallery. Neutral architecture that is rigorous and consistent at the same time to create a worthy backdrop for the works on display, which must be the main focus. The cement courtyard has a green plant growing down the middle that follows a diagonal path, like a weed coming through a crack in the sidewalk.
Tiziano Vudafieri, Claudio Saverino