In 2014 the company Omis Spa embarked on an ambitious company renovation project. The plan included the reconstruction of the office building in the main headquarters situated on Chizzalunga provincial road in Sandrigo (VI).
Two elements were driving the project – detailed development of the company’s functional plan and the importance of wellbeing in the workplace.
The building has two compact linear sections with different looks and functions. A monolithic volume constituting formwork in smooth cement contains the more organisational functions and another more distinguishing glazed section punctuated by a dark layer of aluminium.
Inside, clever play with dual heights divides the space available, capitalising on natural lighting to minimise the use of artificial light. The relationship between solids and voids has enabled the creation of ongoing symbiosis between the indoor and outdoor surroundings.
As a result functional architecture has been defined, with a first objective that focuses on the wellbeing of its inhabitants, and the second aim which considers the company’s underlying principles the architecture is representing – transparency, solidity, modernity and balance between the key aspects.