Italian architect Silvia Allori transformed a compact 1970s studio apartment into a modular home and office for herself. She used a white laminate to cover all of the walls. Circular pegs on the walls allow for bookshelves to be inserted and moved as one wishes. Seating lines the perimeter of the room doubling as beds and lounges.
Joana's artistic adventures began about ten years ago. She started studying graphic design, but felt something was missing, so she jumped to creative illustration and painting, where she's found her passion. Animals play a big part in her art, and she enjoys experimenting with recycling surfaces instead of using canvases only.