Faber Headquarters by GEZA, Gri and Zucchi Architetti

Faber Headquarters

Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari

Established in 1972, Faber Industrie has grown rapidly to become the leader in the production of seamless steel and composite cylinders for the storage of high-pressure gases.

Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari

All over the world Faber has earned the best reputation for its high standards of quality and for its capability to comply with the most stringent specifications set down by International Bodies, Local Authorities and its customers.

Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari

A complete range of cylinders, from 1 to 259 litres water capacity, four modern factories, a competent, fully trained workforce with a devotion to quality and flexibility, has made Faber a true global supplier of high-pressure cylinders throughout the five continents.

Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari

The four factories in the North East Italy, with a total floor space of 70.000 m2, manufacture more than 900.000 cylinders per annum.

Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari

Coupled with its high production capacity with built in quality, Faber is viewed as the industry leader in the supply of high-pressure cylinders. Source by GEZA.

Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari

Location: Cividale del Friuli, Udine, Italy
Architects: GEZA, Gri and Zucchi Architetti Associati
Project Team: Stefania Anzil, Chiara Marchetti, Tania Teixeira, Francesco Casella, Tina Carletti
Structural Engineer: Nuttassociati, Udine, Italy
Facade Engineer: Ing. Angelo Peruzza
Mechanical Engineer: Bulfon Associati, Udine
Electrical Engineer: Studio Venica, Udine
MEP consultant: HT Engineering, Udine
Site supervisor: GEZA Gri e Zucchi Architetti Associati – Stefano Gri, Piero Zucchi
Contractor: Edildri Costruzioni
Mechanical Systems: Elettrica Ducale
Electrical Systems: Tecnoimpianti/Nonino
Millworks: Arredi Ermacora
Office Furniture: Multitema
Client: Faber Industrie spa
Area: 3.170 sq m + 1180 sq m basement
Year: 2013
Photographs: Massimo Crivellari, Courtesy of GEZA

Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari
Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari
Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari
Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari
Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari
Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari
Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari
Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari
Faber Headquarters
Photo © Massimo Crivellari
Faber Headquarters
Site Plan
Faber Headquarters
Ground Floor Plan
Faber Headquarters
First Floor Plan
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