Architect Daniel Monti looks out from his recently finished private gallery space, the Amoroso Project, for Diane Klein, an entertainment executive who collects video art.
Video art plays on monitors just beyond the main entrance to the private gallery and guest quarters that now stands behind Diane Klein’s Craftsman home in Venice.
Architect Daniel Monti stands at the top of the stairs in his recently finished private gallery/guest quarters the Amoroso Project.
Only a wood console stands in contrast to all the white inside. The custom furniture’s geometry follows the shape of the windows behind it.
Architect Daniel Monti stands amid video projections inside the Amoroso Project, designed for a collector of video art.
Just about any surface in the all-white interior can be used as a screen, architect Daniel Monti says of the Amoroso Project, the private space he designed for a collector of video art.
Although the interior is white, the exterior is given a three-color geometric pattern. Architect Daniel Monti stands outside the private gallery and guest quarters.
The back of the Amoroso Project presents a playful side to the public as seen from an alley and adjacent parking lot.