The main features of this project are round curves and bright colours which inspire good vibes and happiness, typical of the bakery world.
The soft lines in the floor and the ceiling schemes overlap themselves to the functional plan drawing, creating young and dynamic spaces as to improve the working experience of the staff.
The different areas according to their function have been dealt differently by using two main materials: concrete and wood matched with a bright colour palette inspired to Zisnella's packaging.
By using different colours it has been possible to reach to points, on the one hand (expecially in the open space) identify the different functions (workstations, waiting spaces, stairs, etc.) on the other hand, to avoid the visual monotony which is often present in working spaces.
By following the committment guidelines, great relevance was given to the “green” issue through a selection of green walls and plants capable to survive in interior spaces with few solar light. Their presence is not only esthetical but also functional because they allow the cleaning of the water in the toilet and sometimes the green walls represent divisory wall in the workstations.
Another important topic developped in the project is the illuminating system; the lack of openings in the internal areas brought to the choice of Barisol material which allows with small thickness, big enlighted surfaces similar to sunlight. Thanks to this device and the green wall the spaces inside the building ideally remind an open air working space.
The last point analyzed was the gallery inside which has been thought a sensory path. By using different kind of flooring the visitor can experience several sensations. The first floor met during the guided tour is an ancient floor where the history is explained, we find next cobblestone where the growing and the features of the plant are told, then soft floor reminding of a chocolate bar talking about production, a deck which brings to a platform where it is allowed to observ the factory, straight floor hiding chocolate bars and wall covered with them where visitors can taste the final product. All these kind of flooring are separated by bushes and the visitor, by crossing them, increases his discovery experience.