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Furla Headquarters in Tavarnelle Val di Pesa

post updated 13 June 2022

Furla Headquarters Design Award

Furla Headquarters Tavarnelle Val di Pesa Italy

Photos: Fernando Guerra

GEZA Architettura are so thrilled to announce that the Italian architects practice are the Popular Choice Winners of the 10th Annual Architizer A+Awards for the Mixed Use (L>25.000 sq. Ft) category. Furla Progetto Italia has been voted by members of the public.

“We are so happy for this award, as we hope to spread our message across: that the industrial architecture could embody a poetic dimension (synthesis of Ideas, Beauty and Functionality), highlight the unique features of the landscape and consider the wellbeing of the employees, like is designed in Furla Progetto Italia.”

Thank you all, GEZA Team

4 Mar 2022

Architects: GEZA Architettura

Location: Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, Florence, Italy

Furla Headquarters Florence Italy

Furla Headquarters, Italy

The new Furla Headquarters are located in Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, in the province of Florence, immersed in the Chianti area. The project highlights a paramount theme: the integration of the industrial architecture into the Italian landscape, providing an opportunity to rethink the quality of the workspace.

Architecture and nature are perfectly blended along all directions to create a unique element where the design and the Chianti landscape (defined by hills, heritage, and agricultural areas) communicate harmoniously.

Furla Headquarters Tavarnelle Val di Pesa

The Furla factory covers 42,000 sq m of soil – 18,300 sq m built – and has three main volumes (one for offices, two for labs and logistics) designed to be harmoniously integrated into the surrounding landscape, without too much contrast. Architecture and nature coexist in a functional balance.

Furla Headquarters Tavarnelle Val di Pesa Italy

The morphology of the land is truly taken into consideration and is enhanced through three fundamental elements – the driveway, the terraces, and Piazza Furla – which define clear areas around the building volumes. Thanks to a system of patios and green roofs overlooking the wooded area, nature crosses the boundaries between inside and outside. The main entrance recalls the archetype of Tuscan villa access: a linear row of cypresses welcoming visitors and showing the way through. This rhythm is replicated on the facade of the buildings with sunscreen filtering blades.

Furla Headquarters Tavarnelle Val di Pesa Italy Furla Headquarters Tavarnelle Val di Pesa Italy

The entrance to the offices, with the double-height reception and the large open-air hall, becomes the point where the boundaries between architecture and landscape merge. The interiors have been designed in such a way as to have real layout flexibility. The orderly sequence of offices is punctuated by green patios, or relationship spaces.

Furla Headquarters Tavarnelle Val di Pesa

Nature is a prominent element, not just because of its beauty (Chianti hills), but also because it creates a pleasant environment once blended into the building: patios, green coverings, and natural light contribute to a more sustainable working habitat, where people can also relax and enjoy contact with nature.

Furla Headquarters Tavarnelle Val di Pesa Italy

Finally, sustainability plays a key role in this project, which has been designed to comply with green energy best practices.

Furla HQ in Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, Italy – Building Information

Design: GEZA Architettura – https://www.geza.it/en/
Client: Furla FC Immobiliare spa
Location: Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, Firenze

Design phase: 2017-2018
Construction: 2018-2021

Tavarnelle Val di Pesa Building Italy

Dimensional Data
Area of intervention: 42.000 sqm
Building Area: 11.000 sqm
Total Built Area: 18.300 sqm
Production: 15.500
Offices: 2.800 sqm
Terraces and green roofs: 1.200 sqm
Freight area and outdoor parking: 7.700 sqm
Green Area: 23.000 sqm

Tavarnelle Val di Pesa design by GEZA Architettura

Architecture Design and Creative Direction
GEZA Architettura (Udine)
Arch. Stefano Gri e Arch. Piero Zucchi
Arch. Alessia Dorigo (project leader)
Arch. Marjana Dedaj (project leader)
Arch. Stefania Anzil
Arch. Elisa Mansutti
Arch. Beatrice Pellos
Arch. Francesco Tessaro
Arch. Giulia Marcon
Arch. Roberto Pasquali
Arch. Clemens Kusch – CFK Architetti (coordination)

Furla Headquarters Florence by GEZA Architettura

Structural Design and Supervision of Works
Biagini Studio di Ingegneria (Arezzo)
Ing. Piero Bracciali
Ing. Alessandro Fei
Arch. Francesco Misuri
Ing. Matteo Ciofini
Ing. Adrian Burca
Ing. Alessandro Blanc
Geom. Paolo Renzoni
Arch. Pietro Pagliardini (test)

Furla Headquarters Florence

Landscape Design
LAND Italia (Milano)
Andreas Kipar (project leader)
Valerio Bozzoli (senior agronomist)
Arch. Luisa Bellini (senior architect)
Arch. Andrea Occhetti (senior architect)
Arch. Cecilia Ricci
Arch. Francesca Villa
Arch. Laura Mantegazza
Landscape Arch. Gianna Galgani

Structural Plan
Consilium Servizi d’Ingegneria (Firenze)
Ing. Paolo Pietro Bresci (mechanical structure project management)
p.i. Marco Cellini (electrical and special structure project management)

Furla Headquarters Florence Italy

About GEZA Architettura
Established in 1999 by Stefano Gri and Piero Zucchi, GEZA Architettura is a studio led by curiosity and passion, focused on research of the synthesis of Ideas, Beauty and Functionality.

According to GEZA, the project implies designing the SPACE (Architecture) within its ENVIRONMENT (light and landscape) through the seasons of TIME.

The primary focus of the studio surrounds industrial architecture in relation to the landscape, in a new way of conceiving workspaces.

Furla Headquarters Florence

Photography: Fernando Guerra

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Location: Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, Florence, Italy, southern Europe

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