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Philosophy

Creativity, passion and curiosity are the engine of our reality. Trying to distinguish itself from the beginning, the studio has given its own interpretation of 3D rendering, through unique and evocative atmospheres. Composition, light and choice of framing are for us the basic tools for working to communicate a story, a tale, an emotion.

The Studio

LevelArchiviz is a creative studio based in Milan, born from the passion of two young architects 4 years ago, in a small room of an apartment. By now it has become a solid reality boasting numerous clients and collaborations. The office is located in Milan, in the Moscova area. Here we have joined our knowledge with those of other collaborators, going to enrich the skills also on the front of Virtual Reality.

Founders

The “Two” meet in 2012, just few time after graduation, finding themselves to work together in the same Architecture Studio. There is immediately an understanding between the two, due to the common passion. What is initially born as challenge, experimentation and collaboration/ ompetition becomes, with time, a work. Samuel Silva Trovato: Graduated in Architecture in 2012 at the Politecnico Of Milan, he starts to be interested in the world of Render already during his university career. He learns the work as self-taught, he adores challenges, and getting involved with new technologies. He refines his knowledge with field experience as a consultant at various architecture studios. He has always had the passion for Cinema, Photography, Anime, Manga and Video Games from which he gets his inspiration. Stefano Mombelli: he also graduated in Architecture in 2012 at the University of Parma. He comes from an Art High School where he learns the power and strength of communication given by the manual drawing. This passion for representation is transformed, slowly throughout the University, in the desire to create digital images capable of communicating a story, an emotion or  the capacity to recall a memory.