Campari. Milan 2009

Architectural design:
Mario Botta and Giancarlo Marzorati
Interior architecture:
Progetto CMR

Erected on its original industrial site, Campari's impressive new headquarters stand 38 meters tall, forming a monumental portal in the urban continuum. The architectural complex incorporates a structure from the historic factory, enhanced by a diminutive facade in Art Nouveau style that pays homage to the Italian heritage of industrial archeology, adapted to new functions. In terms of architectural expression, the complex establishes a symbolic link with the surrounding context by means of rigorous compositional forms, careful use of color and a judicious selection of traditional industrial materials. The layout is organized by a modular grid based on the dimensions of a minimum office cell. Formal rigor, transparency and flexibility are the distinctive characteristics of the project, the same ones that guided selections for the organization and furnishing of the offices.

Series products: Parete AP Modular floor-to-ceiling partition wall system. Naòs System Individual desks, grouped task workstations and conference tables. Neutra Storage cabinets and drawer pedestals. Custom works: floor-to-ceiling wall paneling.
Open-space workstations: 200. Executive offices: 120. Tables for conference rooms: 38. Cabinets for filing areas: 150. Glazed partition walls: 2,300 sq m. Wall paneling: 3,800 sq m.
Campari. Milan 2009
Campari. Milan 2009
Campari. Milan 2009
Campari. Milan 2009
Campari. Milan 2009
Campari. Milan 2009
Campari. Milan 2009
Campari. Milan 2009
Campari. Milan 2009
Campari. Milan 2009