“FARE” is an Italian verb derived from the Latin word facere. It can be translated as to do, to make or to produce. The English meaning of FARE – the price to be paid for a service or, extensively, a trip – while unintentional, is inherently significant; “studio” derives from Latin studium [“study, eagerness”] and refers to a workroom but also to all those working together with a zeal for the production which occurs in a studio space, sharing a method and finalities.
FAREstudio would like to be regarded as accurate, radical, reliable, independent, proactive, realistic, challenging, competent, curious.
FAREstudio is focused on appropriateness as integration of customary solutions and innovations, merged according to different contexts and circumstances.
FAREstudio has been interestend more on working on context of scarcity because this is seen as a major challenge.