Vibrant, well-being-focused and highly sustainable workspaces


  • 2600 sqm

  • 4 months

AstraZeneca entrusted us with the realization of their new headquarters in Italy. The new headquarters, which we developed according to sustainable design and construction principles that promote water and energy conservation, with the goal of obtaining LEED Interior Design + Construction Gold certification, is located in the innovative MIND Village. This area, within MIND, is undergoing the conversion of Expo 2015 buildings based on circular economy principles.

Together with JLL's Tenant Representation and Project & Development Services teams, we completed the renovation of the interior spaces in four months, overseeing the project's development from concept design to preliminary and executive design, coordination of construction activities, and realization of building and system adaptations.

The refurbishment work brought an old Expo 2015 pavilion back to life, preserving and enhancing its internal wooden load-bearing structures, which define the project's DNA and the entire space. The existing envelope, already LEED Gold certified, offers a beautiful space spread over two levels, with a strong connection between internal and external areas. We created approximately 3000 square meters of flexible spaces designed to promote inclusivity and improve the quality of work and life for those who occupy them, placing people at the forefront.

In line with the new function of the office, which is increasingly becoming a destination to facilitate a sense of belonging, creativity, and learning, and to generate meaningful experiences, our goal was to create, through design, not just a simple workplace but an experiential, flexible, and cutting-edge environment from which people could derive maximum well-being and where they would be happy to go to work and interact spontaneously with each other. A vibrant and rejuvenating place that stands out for its abundant use of biophilia, natural materials such as wood, and the introduction of organic and delicate architectural forms and lines into the space, creating a sense of well-being and fluidity to enhance the relationship between humans and nature.

Photo: Davide Galli

We'd love to hear
from you

Get in Touch