Designed by the architect Paolo Soleri in 1952 for the ceramist Vincenzo Solimene, the Solimene factory is located in Vietri sul Mare (Salerno, Italy). The structure of the building, intended for the production, display and sale of ceramic objects, is made up of plastic reinforced concrete pillars about 16 meters high. The interior is illuminated from the widely glazed roof and large windows with metal frames that alternate with the blind parts of the main street facade. As in Guggenheim Museum, there is a ramp that provide continuity to the production flow from the top to the bottom of the building.