From the end of the 19th century, with Marconi's first electronic discoveries, to the Second World War, with the invention of transistors and integrated circuits, the electronic sector experienced a great boom, which today still continues.
Many entrepreneurs continue to invest in this sector, requalifying or building cutting-edge industrial warehouses where to design and develop systems of last generation.
One of the wonderful projects was that of a multinational company, which chose IPM Italia and its IPM GeoDrena® system to cover the exterior floorings of its representative and production site in Italy.
A wide mix of over 2000 square metres of fine marble aggregates white Carrara, Botticino and Grigio Bardiglio to give elegance to the external areas of this building.
In addition to the great aesthetic impact, the flooring has all the functional characteristics required by the clients: certified for loads and coefficient of friction, suitable to concrete supports, resistant to high mechanical stress, temperature range and crushing.
Different geometric shapes characterized the green areas created to make open-air common spaces warmer and more welcoming for both guests and employees.
For the latter, the project provided some meeting points with benches, tables and chairs to facilitate socialization outside the work context.