Maranello, two new buildings for Ferrari.
Fuksas and Visconti, 2004

Massimiliano Fuksas,


Companies, Offices,

Glass, Steel,

The Product Development Centre and New Painting: the Maranello complex has been expanded with two futuristic new structures designed by Massimiliano Fuksas and Marco Visconti. The two buildings, which cost a total of 67 million euros, both feature large spaces and diffuse light.

Maranello, two new buildings for Ferrari.<br> Fuksas and Visconti, 2004 This building also stands out for its luminosity and transparency and represents a happy marriage of architecture and nature.
The large volume, constructed inside the industrial heart, is protected by a panel of glass resting on an aluminium surface. At the base, a slightly inclined plate of artificial travertine plays with light and with the upper part of the structure. The exterior also features a mezzanine which acts as a sunshade, and a central staircase in the interior connects all the offices.
The two new structures are part of a wider-ranging project referred to as "formula uomo" (formula man), initiated in 1997 with the goal of creating a functional working environment which would also be pleasant and comfortable to work in.

Laura Della Badia

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