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Valentina Toni


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Valentina Toni Architect


Young Toscany Architect. Big passion for my own work from the biggest architectural structure to specifi­c technological detail. Passion to travel


Valentina Toni, born in Pontedera (Pisa) on 3/4/1988

Profession: Architect

Studies:  Faculty of Architecture of Florence Specialistic Graduation: vote 110/110

Thesis topic: “Social Winery Ex Fonderia Ceccanti, a reuse in Terra Cruda”




2012 – Curriculum internship at Leonardo Srl – ArchitectSalvatore Re, Pisa

2013-2014 – collaborator for designing and participating in Contests Of Architecture and Contracts at Leonardo Srl, Architect Salvatore Re – Pisa.

2014-2016 – collaborator at ToniStudioTecnico and Architetto Gemmi Gionata for interventions in the area of restructuring and private construction

2016 – planning and direction of private home work in Buti (PI)

2016 – participation in ideas contest by the Municipality of Pistoia with excellent result , topic “Aesthetic-functional redevelopment of the outdoor area at Palazzo Fabroni ”

2017 – winner of public competition for realization of Health Island a Castelfranco di Sotto (Pisa), with the role of the young designer in the teamATP Toni-Gemmi

The theme for this competition is what at first impact inspired me more suggestions for the showroom setup, and I also think that this revisitation could be appealed for creating an outfit.

Initial research has started at 360 ° with a multitude of themes and images, from fashion, to art and also to decoration: pre-raphaelite paintings, trends in fashion, victorian style decor of the time and the revisions of the same;

Looking for, in this way, to find firm points that could be the line guide of my project: the revision of the past with a contemporary taste.

The images below identify some of the most important themes: the palette of colors, images and suggestions, all designed to recreate an atmosphere that will last but that becomes so much current.

The colour palette is composed  by dark tones with touches of brightness ranging from copper, bronze to gold. The weaves, the texture and the texture alter to the strong and dark walls, the forniture decor is material, soft and warm.

Trace – Mint
Trace – Mint Decò
Trace – Bronze
Portraits – Kirkby
Vibe – Quercia
Vibe – Square
Anima – Statuario Venato