New offices for ever more efficient projects: the new modern headquarters of Gattuso Contract

The transfer of our offices to a new, larger location, in an easily accessible area, a stone’s throw from the Vicenza Ovest highway toll booth, was recently completed.

Arianna Gattuso, CEO of Gattuso Contract: “We have grown a lot and we needed a bigger space. We bought an area of 250 square meters and now, unlike in the past, everyone has their own field of action.

The new headquarters welcomes you with laminate floors laid in an Italian herringbone pattern, walls repainted in a relaxing sage green nuanced with a touch of gray and the evocative wallpaper of the grand entrance with raised and irregular textures (work ” Feral Love” by LONDON ART), which recalls the artistic surface of a painting.

To complete everything, a lighting system made up of LED rails with spotlights, a recreational area with bar and waiting areas outside the offices which recall the design of hotels.

The well-maintained meeting room is equipped with a giant screen to facilitate the increasing digitalization of meetings and also highlights a historic piece of our entrepreneurial journey since the beginning: a table made from an oak trunk cut into several parts, kept as a souvenir and decorated with a suggestive set of velvet armchairs.

The technical office also underwent a thorough restructuring, with new investments in cutting-edge software for an increasingly realistic design.

“We are proud of this new functional space which responds even more to our needs as designers and those of our clients” continues Arianna Gattuso “our strategy also includes the creation of a materials library, a place where we can meet clients and suppliers and touch the materials offered first-hand. Another important future investment, which is very close to our hearts, will be the creation of a space to organize courses and workshops.”


Our offices after the restyling…

Our offices before and during the restyling…



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