This old pasta factory, aptly named after the Roman goddess of wheat and the harvest, speaks to the industrial origins of San Lorenzo. The factory was built in the first decade of the 20th century and then abandoned in the 1960s. Through the years it has been converted into artist’s studios, once again pointing to San Lorenzo’s transformation from industrial zone to center for the arts. There is a great history of the building, as well as more photographs, on StudioArgento (in Italiano). For more information about the lofts, check out the official website of the Pastificio Cerere foundation. They have regular opening hours, hold exhibits, create podcasts, etc.