Since 2012, Studio Chiesa has found a new location in the heart of Milan, in the Naviglio Grande area, which has always been characterised as being a social and cultural melting pot. The former industrial building is the result of a refined redevelopment signed by the architect and designer Mario Bellini to make it his studio, which combines the strong territorial history visible in the exterior façade with a modern reorganisation of the interior spaces. The result is a building with rigorous geometries, embellished by the skilful use of metal that gives contemporary elegance to the structure. Large windows lighten the building’s façade, providing perfect daylight to the interior spaces. The central courtyard scented with jasmine and wisteria, with a large tree in the centre, only appears after crossing the threshold of the main door. A garden suffused with an air of intimate secrecy typical of the hidden courtyards that characterise the city. As soon as you go through the Studio’s door you will be greeted by a warm welcome into a bright space, in pure white tones with large windows, enriched by a large collection of books and art installations. Here you will find a smile, a coffee ready for you and a willingness to listen to all your requests from the whole team. It is in this modern industrial context, that our dynamic creativity factory is located, where ideas are transformed into projects and culture into language.