Architect Enrico Molteni designed the system for the company located in Verano Brianza, Italy. Inside the structure is a Ferretto Group automatic storage system.
When aesthetics and functionality meet, surprising masterpieces are created. The design by architect Enrico Molteni for the Vismaravetro automatic storage system built by the Ferretto Group is among the candidates for the prestigious 2021 Italian Architecture Award of the Triennale di Milano. The construction of the system for the Brianza-based company that has been producing shower enclosures for over 70 years, is characterized by its external polycarbonate paneling: this is a solution that, in addition to giving it an appearance of lightness and transparency, offers a suggestive and unexpected view of the internal structure at night. That is, the automatic storage system supplied by the Ferretto Group to meet Vismaravetro's logistical needs, which is equipped with a stacker crane with forks, a storage capacity of almost 3,200 load units, and a footprint of 250 square meters. The 2021 Architecture Award, which takes place between Rome and Milan, aims to enhance Italian architecture through the promotion of works by designers committed to innovation, quality design, and the social role of architecture. Values that can be found in the work of architect Enrico Molteni, whose works in Italy, South Korea and Thailand, have been published and recognized internationally. As a professor at the University of Genoa, Molteni has lectured and participated in architecture exhibitions in numerous institutions, both in Italy and abroad.