A rich and varied garden outside a state-of-the-art industrial complex that embraces and gives an aura of natural beauty to a large industrial structure such as an automated warehouse.
Less than a year ago it was inaugurated “Fili d’erba”, Pedrali automated warehouse, projected by CZA - Cino Zucchi Architetti and located in the production site of the Italian furniture company in Mornico al Serio: a project that aims to be a specific response strongly related to the environmental context, a visual pattern facing up the different conditions of the surrounding countryside landscape.
A philosophy translated concretely by Patrizia Bezzi, founder of the namesake architecture studio and expert in garden design, who has carried out the landscape project for the automated warehouse. The landscape designer has created a dune of country flowers that completes the three-dimensional game created by the "blades of grass" softening the impact of the building. The external garden also fulfills the function of "curtain" closed to the back parking, filling the view of natural and coloured tones.
“Facing the majesty of the automated warehouse Fili d’erba, for the external garden I chose to plant a wild wave of essences and flowers, able to interact with the existing, rural and industrial landscape”: this is how Patrizia Bezzi describes the project.
photo © CZA - Cino Zucchi Architetti