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STILO by Artis Rubinetterie for the Porsche Experience Center Franciacorta

STILO by Artis Rubinetterie for the Porsche Experience Center Franciacorta it has been modified: 2021-07-19 di Lorenzo Strona & Partners

The Brescia-based company, in collaboration with GBPA ARCHITECTS of architects Antonio Gioli and Federica De Leva and with KORUS INTERNATIONAL, has been chosen to furnish the bathrooms of the new Porsche Experience Center.

The first Italian Porsche Experience Center, eighth in the world, will be inaugurated this year in the area of ​​the former Franciacorta racetrack in Castrezzato, in the province of Brescia. It will host the largest Customer Center in the world, the epicenter of the Porche Experience Center, an Agora, a Meeting Center and also a Simulation Lab dedicated to the driving experience in virtual reality. The Porsche Experience Center Franciacorta will also be the site of a Training Center dedicated to the technical-specialist training of operational personnel in Italy.

The project bears the signature of GBPA ARCHITECTS, an Integrated Design company founded by architects Antonio Gioli and Federica De Leva, born from the union between GBPA Srl (Milan) and GBPA UK Ltd. (London). GBPA Architects, thanks to its solid experience in the field of integrated design on all scales, develops projects ranging from new construction to the redevelopment of multifunctional buildings, from retail to the creation of innovative workspaces for the most important investors in the real estate market and for primary national and international companies and brands.

The concept that guides all the interventions in the area is based on the principles of transparency and dynamism: for this reason Artis Rubinetterie, in collaboration with the prestigious GBPA ARCHITECTS studio and with KORUS INTERNATIONAL (a company of the French group ARCADIS), was chosen for the supply of taps for the Porsche Experience Center Franciacorta. The STILO series of mixers, with its soft lines and rounded shapes, adapts perfectly to the design of the building and its dynamic performance.

here the link to the Artis Rubinetterie website

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