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SHOOTING STUDIO RENTAL IN MILAN
Located in the heart of Milan, a stone’s throw from the most important fashion showrooms, SPAZIO36 is inserted in a post-industrial context of recovered lofts.
SPAZIO36 offers rental photographic studios and different types of unique locations where you can set photo shoots, video and film shoots, live streams, guaranteeing the highest quality standards.
Our spaces are also ideal for temporary showrooms, face-to-face and live streaming events, workshops, courses, castings, presentations, exhibitions.
The SPAZIO36 technical team is also at your disposal for the realization of installations (lighting, scenographies, settings).
SPAZIO36 has always considered nature as a primary source of inspiration for its activity. The modular, cooperative, distributed architecture without command centers typical of plants represents a reference point for our business organization. The “relationships” between the various components (modules) of being a plant teach us the importance of the connection between us and the rest of the world. For us at Spazio36, reality is relationship.
In addition, there are now numerous scientific studies showing that plants have beneficial effects not only on air quality but also on concentration and psychological well-being. This is why all our spaces host different species of plants: the simple sight of a plant brings calm and relaxation. To work and, above all, to live better.
1- The world changes with ideas and with kindness.
2- We much prefer a smile to a “like”.
3- Relationships rule our world.
4- We have closed individualism in a drawer. Then, we threw away the key.
5- The key to success? Work hard and forget the keys.
6- Life is short, therefore, light.
7- 36 is a semi-perfect number as it is equal to the sum of some (or all) of its divisors. Fortunately, perfection does not exist.
SPAZIO36 is located within the former industrial complex of Viale Umbria 36 in Milan, once home to one of the most prestigious factories specializing in the production of mechanical calculation machines, Lagomarsino. After the plant was decommissioned, the area was restored in the 1980s in order to offer new spaces to the secondary and tertiary sector. Today it is considered one of the first and most successful Milanese examples of industrial reuse.
Photos by Loconsolo Silvestre taken between 1972 and 1978.