Branding / Illustration

* The impluvium is the sunken part of the atrium in a Greek or Roman house (domus). Designed to carry away the rainwater coming through the compluvium of the roof, it is placed about 30 cm below the floor of the atrium and emptied into a subfloor cistern.


Impluvium is a space design for visual artists, it creates a new vision where everyone can share his ideas and work in the same place, from the same source.