The organisation of the plants in the building is of great interest, incorporating advanced winemaking processes such as an industrial automated grape processing plant integrated with a carbon dioxide control system and, as is the system for heating and cooling the offices by means of radiating floor panels.
Another important aspect of this project is the organisation of the greenery which acts as a screen for the new volumes, mitigating the environmental impact of the structure as seen from the valley below. The garden is planted with local species, including trees and shrubs as well as flowers to create a perfumed bouquet in the area around the building.
The choice of flooring and finishing materials began with analysis of the client's specific needs, supported by architect Belinda Ronconi from De Lorenzi Ceramiche SNC, set in Forlì.
Tecnocentro's choice for flooring in the offices, aesthetically limited by the use of bare brick walls, was Quarzite Rosa 30X60 slabs with a polished finish from Iris FMG's man-made stones collection.
The choice combines the technical benefits of high resistance and a non-slip surface, important in a winery, with the elegance, luminosity and texture of stone, important factors in the design of a sober yet comfortable interior.
The unrivalled quality of Iris FMG materials guarantees excellent results, giving Spalletti all the class of a winery that demonstrates respect for tradition and local identity.