All the facilities
The Chairman's building
The Chairman's building was built in 1979 and then extended in 1986 right into the centre of the courtyard that marks the boundary of the old Ferrari site. The building is home to various different departments, but it still remains at the heart of the company, housing the Chairman's office as well as that of the Vice-Chairman, the General Director and the Finance Director.
Product Development Centre
The Product Development Centre was planned by the designer Fuksas, who wanted to provide the engineers and technicians with inspiration as they 'invent' the Ferraris of the future.
This building symbolises the essence of the creative process, thanks to its glass walls, which create an air of transparency, where ideas and individuals can move freely to create the Ferraris of the future.
Designed by Marco Visconti, the new Company Restaurant marks a departure, in terms of architectural expression, from the geometrical precision of the surrounding buildings. The main structure shields the interior from direct sunlight, and the corrugated steel covering creates natural ventilation.
The complex is arranged over three levels. The covered piazza on the ground floor overlooks Viale Enzo Ferrari and gives workers a place to meet and socialise. A training centre and the kitchen, with a calming hanging garden, are on the first floor.
The top floor is home to the light and bright dining area, with vast arched windows, adding to the sense of space. The furniture is designed by Cappellini, and is laid out in islands to allow people to gather in groups. As much attention is put into the dining experience as into the environment, with a focus on quality ingredients, menu variety, and service.
The Ferrari Museum was officially opened on Enzo Ferrari's birthday February 18th, in 1990, a year and a half after the founder had passed away, but has been welcoming enthusiasts from all over the world to Maranello to celebrate the Prancing Horse legend since the end of the 1980s. The Galleria Ferrari became the company's official museum in 1995 and since 2011 has been known simply as the Ferrari Museum. Around 240,000 visitors a year pass through its doors and view its superb collections.
The Museum is divided into themed areas designed to fulfil the expectations of enthusiasts of all kinds, from motor racing fans to expert historic car enthusiasts and even those who admire the Prancing Horse as an icon of Italian design, exclusivity and technology.
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