Area Tecnologica Agridome AGCO SpA
Aresline, together with its Fonology and Mosaico Group CDN partners, has designed the Technological Area inside the visitor centre of the AGCO multinational corporation, at its plant in Breganze (Vicenza).
AGCO is a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of complex machinery and equipment for agriculture.
The visitor centre is a modern steel and glass building. Its slim and futuristic lines combine harmoniously with an ancient rural building.
There is a large, multi-purpose hall inside the building that is used as an auditorium and showroom, with a surface area of over 1,100 m2 and capacity for 400 people.
Four-leg Zero9 seats have been supplied for this vast, multi-purpose space, which are ideal, due to their simple and quick attachment system, for changing the arrangement and the number of places in the hall.
The first floor has two training rooms for training courses and meetings, furnished with Evolution desks with PC power supply sockets.
The halls are also acoustically controlled with application of Fonology products, where possible. The heavy reverberation created by the size of the room, with its pitched roof and semi-gloss resin floor, combined with a large glass wall, has been reduced and controlled with Listen stave panels by Fonology.
In 2017, AGCO once again chose Aresline and the experience of CDN for another project, the "Technology Tunnel & Fuse Cube". The installation was inaugurated in September 2017, in the exhibition space of the Agridome in Breganze already furnished by Aresline.
It is an interactive and immersive multimedia installation, designed for B2B and B2C communication, a cross between a teaching area and a means of business promotion and technological culture.
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Evolution study workstations have a fixed and cabled desk to allow users to charge their smartphone and other devices.
Our collaboration with Fonology has allowed us to solve the problem of reverberation caused by the size of the multi-purpose hall and use of reflecting materials such as the large glass wall and the gloss resin floor.