A curved, dynamic façade, a bold sign extending horizontally parallel to the infrastructure, a splash of colour that cuts across the space, recalling the graceful movements of oriental dancers. Maina panettone factory is a long red ribbon, penetrating into the building from outside via a sculptural aerial ladder only to go back outside again, reflected in the surface of a little pond.
Casalgrande Padana participated in the construction project, providing a vast, versatile range of collections, materials and surfaces perfect for this type of project. Granitogres, Pietre Native Amazzonia and Granitoker Metallica surfaces were used in the foyer, passageways and offices as well as the meeting rooms, washrooms and outdoor spaces, covering indoor floors, raised floors, walls and outdoor pavements.
This concept of architecture as a way of visually conveying a message, a plastic interpretation of a critical vision of the evolution of a number of aspects of contemporary society over time, is an idea that has always inspired Gianni Arnaudo’s designs.