The pandemic has not stopped the company’s projects which, realizing their daily commitment to sustainability, they leave the historic offices occupied for 70 years, moving to a new green headquarters, in Verona too.
The bright, light and faced towards the outside interiors, designed by Il Prisma, express the deep and essential bond with plants, nature and environment of a company that has paper as its core business.
While the production remains in the historic site, the 150 employees of the offices have recently moved to the four-storey building (5,150 square meters) designed by the architect Andrea Dallatorre (Studio Gaga) in the area of the new industrial area of Verona Sud. A single innovative and comfortable workspace designed to facilitate collaboration and sharing ideas and solutions.
A headquarters with high technological, comfort and energy efficiency standards. For example, its environmental impact is reduced -making it within class A3- by the remote management of the brise-soleil system that allows you to make the most of natural light and integrating it with artificial light only in case of need; energy autonomy is guaranteed at 70% by a solar panels system and there are five charging stations to facilitate the use of electric cars.
The meeting rooms are equipped with cutting edge multimedia systems for videoconferencing and CO2 level sensors that indicate when to ventilate the room.
The break area, on the second floor, overlooks a vertical garden and an automated system provides the correct irrigation.
The vegetal wall covers two floors of the building (from the second to the fourth) in the courtyard at the center of the building and all offices can enjoy it thanks to the fully glazed facades.
Transparent glass partitions are also used to close offices and meeting rooms inside, bringing natural light and the relaxing pleasure of the greenery into each area.
The plants and light wood finishes, which act as a leitmotif, give a touch of warmth to the rooms together with the “paper sculptures” and many examples of customer’s creations along all the paths, offering the perception the high quality of the different types of paper.
“It is a project scheduled since some time and we wanted to complete it despite this difficult period, because we need a workplace commensurate with the size we have reached.” Says CEO Marco Nespolo who continues: “The covid-19 emergency has imposed some corrective measures and sacrifices, but we don’t stop the investment and development commitments we have taken to grow the Group”.