The new EDI headquarters in Milan, Italy

Effetti Digitali Italiani (EDI), category leader in the sector of post production for cinema and television has just opened a new headquarters in Milan, Italy. The tram of architects that worked at this project is composed of tiarstudio / Federico Florena, RMA / Roberto Murgia. The project was finished in 2010.

The 7 meters high roof allows light to get through and to create a very nice atmosphere. The space, that was once a factory filled with metal machinery, is now made of three navels, each 35 meters long. From outside, it looks like a huge white box. In order to diversify this aspect, there are three new courtyards integrated into the design that add color and natural light.

Since it’s a production space, the mechanical and technical elements are visible and not hidden in any way. This might be an option for private homes, but not for big companies like this one. This place looks like a huge workstation and it’s a very interesting to actually visit it and see the whole process by yourself. There are not a lot of places where employees can relax or have a coffee break so we can assume that they are all hardworking and don’t like to waste any time. They still have those gardens where they can clear heir minds for a while.{found on archdaily}

Published by in Office Design Ideas, on September 2nd, 2011


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