Ermenegildo Zegna’s new head office in Milan’s Tortona area, already the preferred location of artists, as well as for the world of fashion and design, houses all of the group’s business operations, from management to style, from design to marketing and sales. The building is part of a context of architectural and urban transformation and was designed by Antonio Citterio and Partners in collaboration with Studio Beretta. It features a magnificent glass and steel frame with a characteristic shedlike roof, typical of industrial architecture: a design that almost toys with the origins of Lanificio Zegna.
Photo credits: Leo Torri
Large slabs of BUXY (in the 119x59.4 size with the Lux finish) were chosen for the floor; Kerlite Twin was chosen as a ventilated wall covering in many areas, with the same product (Cendre) and the largest 300x100x0.7 cm size.
The same idea is also a feature outdoors: walls of windows are combined with slabs of polished aluminium and slabs of Kerlite at street level.