Based in the historical area which hosted former Caproni aircraft factory during World Wars, Officine del Volo is since 2003 a multifunctional location for corporate and private events based in Milan, Italy. The industrial architecture of the early 20th century combined with the contemporary design details, included in the philological restoration project by architect and founder Nicola Gisonda, it gives a unique charm to the whole building.
Awarded by ADC as Best Venue for Events in Italy in 2016, Officine del Volo is a flexible and prestigious space with sophisticated design, unique architectural beauty and the atmosphere of the historical and contemporary loft. The venue includes 1500 square meters spread over three independent rooms, including a dedicated catering area, dressing room, outdoor courtyard as well as private parking lots.
Officine del Volo is able to provide the most reliable suppliers of the industry (catering, audio, video and lighting service, setting up, entertainment), including high qualified operative staff.
Officine del Volo is also glad to present you a brand new venue in its dedicated roster: Officine del Volo Brera. A contemporary space in a timeless historical building, based in Brera district, city centre of Milan. The ideal setting for corporate cocktails and dinners, conferences and meetings, press conferences, exhibitions, TV and photo production. An oasis of peace in the middle of the city.
Officine del Volo has been awarded by ADC with BEA - Best Event Awards 2016 as Best Venue for Events in Italy.
The volume Officine del Volo - Restoration of industrial architecture for new functions, edited by Silvana Editore in partnership with Politecnico di Milano university, spread from the illustrious history of Caproni aircraft factory to the fundamental and innovative philological restoration by architect and founder Nicola Gisonda. The intervention has given new life to this historical Italian and Milan place as well to the whole industrial village whose Officine del Volo is part of. A unique volume, including exclusive pictures by Gabriele Basilico and Matteo Piazza.