The project for the Platinum headquarters proposes an industrial mood that fits perfectly within the building that houses it. The entire architectural structure remains visible and the choice of furniture in the common areas recalls a vintage industrial style while at the same time stays modern and functional.
The venue is framed in a steel and concrete structure. A space where unfinished meets shiny, where rustic and “poor” finishes meet luxurious and elegant leathers and fabrics. The space offers various spaces for workers, in full compliance with the requirements for well-being within the work spaces. The layout is flexible and open, and the furnishings are modified to meet the different functional needs.
True mastery in architecture is achieved only when the designed building is able to generate a tangible well-being for the people who occupy it, immersing them in a quiet and soothing atmosphere that is always pleasant. If the building is then able to integrate perfectly with the surrounding environment, merging itself imperceptibly with the natural elements that surround it, the mastery takes on clearly visible forms, leaving indelible traces in every observer.
Anidride Design's mission is precisely this, designing well-being.
The holistic and revolutionary approach of the Belluno architect Nicola De Pellegrini, founder of the Anidride Design studio, is also becoming popular in the United States of America, where he has already captured the attention for the unique architectural language and for the aesthetic purity of the end-product. With its strict adherence to the principles of circular design, aimed at the perfect integration of buildings into their natural ecosystem, Nicola De Pellegrini's studio has created the Platinum project which includes the exclusive hotel of the same name in New Orleans and the Headquarters Platinum in Nashville.