For design aficionados, this store turned museum is unique for the simple fact that you won’t find anything else like it in Venice. Opened in the late 1950s as a shop showcasing design and architectural techniques that were way ahead of their time, the store also specialized in unique typewriters which are now on display around the museum. The staircase, which appears to be suspended in mid-air, is one major focal point, and the audio guide helps visitors understand the significance of many other design aspects of the building. Even if you aren’t knowledgeable about design, this store is definitely worthwhile, at least for the purpose of seeing something a little different during your time in Venice.
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