San Pellegrino Australia Head Office – Italian natural water group San Pellegrino broke ground on its new headquarters in northern Italy at a ceremony on September 27.
The new headquarters and bottling plant designed by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) celebrates the character of the San Pellegrino distillery since 1899. The 17,000 square meter campus blends functional and experiential design: the factory of the future. This will significantly increase production capacity, as well as attract guests and visitors who hope to immerse themselves in the relaxing sensation of the architect’s thermal spa.
San Pellegrino Australia Head Office
Energy and environment strategies focus on the use of renewable energy sources and integration with existing industrial facilities, in addition to recycling and recycling natural resources, especially water. Project Manager Giammichele Melis
San Pellegrino Mineral Water Glass Bottle, 12 X 750ml
Arched passageways are the design theme for this “Temple of Water” that pays homage to the mountainous landscape of Lombardy in Italy, the source of San Pellegrino’s precious water. Arches are featured in tunnels, piazzas and porticoes to give a new twist to classic Italian architectural elements.
They are the main drivers of this project, which shows the purity of San Pellegrino’s water. Appointed to define energy strategy and design multidisciplinary building services. This morning, four of the world’s most famous architectural firms presented their future projects in an exciting step towards the construction of the new S. Pellegrino House on its original site. A factory in northern Italy that has been bottling natural mineral water since 1899.
The event, held in San Pellegrino Terme, was the culmination of an international competition to guarantee a truly innovative project that not only provides an artistic vision, but also sets new standards in terms of efficiency and compliance with environmental sustainability. Good working environment
Based in Copenhagen and New York, the company is known for the VIA 57 West innovation in New York, the Serpentine Gallery in London in 2016, the Denmark Pavilion at the Shanghai Expo, the Google Campus under construction and two World Trade Centers. Building in New York. .
S.pellegrino Award For Social Responsibility Round Up
Their proposal embraces the architecture of the existing factory, creating a beautiful frame that allows visitors to experience the power and purity of nature that surrounds the Alps.
Founding partner Bjarke Ingels explained: “Our proposal for the new S.Pellegrino town goes through the landscape of the Brembana Valley, over the Brembo River and across the slopes of the Alps.” Like the water equivalent of a wine cellar, the repeating arcs expand and create a condition characterized by lightness, openness and transparency for the purity and clarity of mineral water.
The internationally award-winning Dutch company is known for its El Mirador in Madrid, Rotterdam Market Hall, the Dutch Pavilion for World Expo 2000 in Hanover, Spijkenisse Book Mountain, DNB headquarters and the original Børvika line design in Oslo.
The design includes a transparent roof and floor, as well as a water layer on the roof that reflects the main use of the building.
L San Pellegrino Sparkling Glass (12)
“We’re making the plant even more of a star,” said one of MVRDV’s co-founders. “We dream of a factory that enhances its transparency, its honesty, its relationship with the landscape… A new transparent star floats in the factory and in the valley.”
Based in Oslo and New York, the company is known for its iconic buildings, including the San Francisco MOMA, the Biblioteca Alexandrina in Egypt, the National 9/11 Museum Pavilion in New York, and the Oslo Opera House.
The project aims to connect the new factory to the physical and visual area with a stainless steel grid that adapts to the lines of the buildings and takes on new shapes depending on the viewing angle.
Founder Kjetil Trædal Thorsen explained: “History and water are strong enough in themselves to create a successful future. Snøhetta was inspired for the project, based only on the extraordinary values that exist in S. Pellegrino. It emphasizes on nature. on water and on its international position.”
San Pellegrino Sparkling Water, 500ml (pack Of 6)
Architetto Michele De Lucchi (aMDL) is the Milan-based architecture office behind the interior and graphic design of the impressive pavilion at Milan Expo 2015, the Neues Museum in Berlin, the Georgia Ministry of Justice and the Alitalia Center in Rome.
The company’s project is organized around four main themes that describe Michele De Luci: “Natural, clean, vyiousdan, cool”. Designed to blend in with its surroundings, the building uses transparent white glass facades and an external “water theater”.
The four competing projects are now a committee chaired by Professor Luca Molinari and composed of Nestlé Executive Vice President Marco Setperi, Nestle Waters President Magdi Batato, Nestlé Executive Vice President Agnes Augustefano, Operations Director. will be judged by and CEO apart from international personalities.