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Architizer A+Awards

24 March 2022

Furla Progetto Italia wins the Architizer A+Awards 2022

We are the Popular Choice Winners of the 10th Annual Architizer A+Awards for the Mixed Use (L>25.000 sq. Ft) category.



// News

Furla – The Creative Hub Film

6 May 2022

the wait is over! Finally The Creative Hub film is out! Produced and coordinated by The Plan.

In this interview at the Furla Headquarters, the Architects and Giovanna Furlanetto describe the 4-year long collaboration sharing the ambitions and values behind Furla The Creative Hub.


Furla Progetto Italia

8 April 2022

Furla Progetto Italia is the new Furla Headquarters by GEZA Architettura.

Not only a Creative Hub, but also a production, research, experimentation and education center.


our new studio by GEZA

23 December 2021

we have designed a human-centered work space to inspire our practice for a more sustainable work-life balance

The entire project has been conceived with the users’ wellbeing in mind: the relationship between internal and external spaces, the abundance of light that comes through the windows to create a pleasant environment, the choice of neutral materials, the green internal courtyard. Therefore studio GEZA becomes a welcoming and flexible space where the architects can work in the best conditions.


first prize for Silk-Faw

30 June 2021

Silk-Faw is an example of Land Art: it combines technology and innovation with the agricultural landscape; industrial architecture with nature; sustainability of the work space

GEZA wins the architecture contest for Silk-Faw new production complex.
Elegance and simplicity. the new SILK-FAW campus is designed to be a new city, in line with the Italian tradition of the futuristic cities. It is developed at the intersection of two axes, as history teaches with the Roman Empire cardo and decumanus rule. A new landmark: blue e-line and experience line.


// Video

// Publications

The Plan #135

"The Creative Hub" Furla Headquarters
Architecture appropriate to itself and its surroundings


Black Architecture in Monochrome

A stunning exploration of the beauty and drama of 150 black structures built by the world's leading architects over 1,000 years.A visually rich book, Black: Architecture in Monochrome casts a new eye on the beauty - and the drama - of black in the built world.
Featured Project: Faber Headquarters


Black Architecture

Physically, black is defined as an (almost) complete absorption of all frequencies of light; it describes the impression of color when visual stimuli are missing. In many cultural contexts of the past and present, this “uncolored” color holds a special place: regardless of context, black is always met with great respect. This is also true for the current and intense interaction of architects and designers with this color. Black buildings seem majestic, filled with a special aura, and dominant, but they can also emphasize their surroundings precisely because of their lack of color. The projects presented in this volume show the great variety of approaches by the contemporary building culture to this fascinating physical and cultural phenomenon.
Featured Project: Faber Headquarters


// Awards

2020 Architizer A+Firm Awards

Special Mention Projects:
Pratic Headquarters & Production Complex
Pratic 2.0
Faber Headquarters


2020 Architectural Design Award

Honorable Mention Project: DLN Penthouse
The Architecture MasterPrize: Interior Design - Apartments Interior category


2019 Architectural Design Award

Winner Project: Z House
The Architecture MasterPrize: Architectural Design - Residential Architecture category


2019 BIGSEE Wood Award

Winner Project: Z House


2019 Dedalo Minosse Award

Winning Project: Pratic 2.0
International Prize for Commissioning a Building
2018/2019 Eleventh Edition


2019 Architizer A+Award

Finalist Project: Pratic 2.0


2019 Dezeen Awards

Longlisted Project: Pratic 2.0


2019 BigMat International Architecture Award

Finalist Project: Pratic 2.0


2018 ADI Design Index Udine

The exhibition showcases companies and designers from FVG who participated to the latest ADI Design Index edition, which takes place every year and elects best Italian designer.

CATEGORY: Theoretical, historical, critical research and editorial projects
COMPANY: Fondazione La Triennale di Milano
DESIGNER: Stefano Micelli - curatorship + GEZA Architettura fitting
TYPOLOGY: Exhibition curatorship


2017 Premio Architettura Città di Oderzo

Winner Project: Faber Headquarters


2017 American Architecture Prize

Winner Project: Faber Headquarters


2017 Architizer A+A Award

Finalist Project: Wallen the wooden wall


2015 Premio Medaglia d’Oro Architettura Italiana

Finalist Project: Faber Headquarters


2015 Premio Speciale della Giuria Architetto Italiano

CNAPPC - Consiglio Nazionale Architetti, Pianificatori, Paesaggisti e Conservatori


2013 Mies Van Der Rohe Prize

Project: Pratic Headquarters & Production Complex

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