The Davines Group, specialised in professional products for hair and skin with Davines and Comfort Zone brands, has unveiled its new headquarters just outside Parma, Italy.
Davines Village has been designed to communicate a message of deep care for people and environment. Transparency, lightness, nature, sustainability, community and well-being are the key words that characterise the project.
Davines president Davide Bollati said in a statement: “The soul of Davines expresses itself through its deep values. The Davines Village is their symbol: a company headquarter that exemplifies the concept of Sustainable Beauty that we pursue with ever stronger commitment and passion. The virtuous architectural design has turned into a reality that puts the well-being of the people who work here at its centre and represents a place where ethics and aesthetics coexist in harmonious balance.”
Environmental sustainability is sought through the company’s everyday choices. Organic waste from the restaurant is used in the garden, but in a more efficient way than through traditional composting: thanks to a dehydration system, all organic waste is reused to fertilize the green areas. In addition, no single-use materials are adopted for catering and the parking area includes 10 charging stations for electrical vehicles.
The architectural design was conceived by Matteo Thun & Partners studio + technical director Luca Colombo with interiors by designer Monica Signani of Molteni&C|Dada.