Filanda Motta is a factory, built in the middle of XIX° century, located in the countryside near the cities of Venice and Treviso. For more than 70 years its huge interior spaces and the majestic chimney stack saw the spinning mill women, extracting the precious silky material from the cocoons.
Finally closed in the second post-war period, the spinning mill has been the object of a careful archaeological-industrial recovery at the end of the last century, which has enhanced its spaces, converting it into a modern service center. Inside the building there are today many artistic laboratories, creative studies and consultants. The architectural complex together with the exterior spaces are the right place to imagine, set up and celebrate social, institutional, fashion and cultural events.
The villa in Treviso, chosen for some pics, was built in the twenties, just outside Treviso’s walls. Intended for the employees of the telegraph company, it is today addressed to civil purposes and is part of the city's artistic heritage.
It is right, because in the history of the two locations is hidden a piece of Italian culture and manufacture, that Maximilian chooses these places to bring Axolight lamps back to their roots.