Glas Facade Bentini Headquarters by Piuarch

Today we’re going to take a look at the new administrative and operational headquarters of Bentini Building & Engineering. The headquarters is located in Faenza, Ravenna, in Italy. The area is characterized by the strong presence of farmland so the headquarters in an unusual addition to the landscape.

The new Bentini headquarters was designed by Piuarch. It sits on a total area of 6,500 square meters and it was built between 2009 and 2011. The building was designed as a single volume with a linear design and architecture. It has also been designed according to the highest standards of quality. The interior is flexible and adaptable and the décor is very simple. The internal structure is very well organized on several levels. The top floor of the building was designed to host events and conferences at which local residents participate.

The façade of the building that’s facing the street has a very eye-catching look. It features a series of compartments that delimitate different areas and that are mostly guided by the placement of the windows. These compartments have various dimensions and the façade is in continuous transformation, depending on the angle and position of the viewer. The light also has an important role determining the overall look of the headquarters building.

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The headquarters has an overall dynamic design and the façade includes a lot of glass surfaces. This way there’s a certain transparency that connects the internal and external areas and also allows the persons from inside to admire the landscape and the street view.{found on archdaily and pics by Andrea Martiradonna}.



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