The Tod’s Headquarters is a contemporary white marble building with large windowed facades nestled in the Marche hills, near Ancona.
It is architecturally unique: with a 250,000 sq m square layout built on two floors which over looks 65,000 sq m of greenery.
It is enriched with several pieces of contemporary art including: a unique wave like staircase, designed by Ron Arad at the heart of the building, rice paper mobiles designed by the Japanese artist Jacob Hashimoto (especially striking is the piece composed of 1000 kites, handcrafted on site by the artist), blow ups of Giovanni Gastel photographs and a sculpture of the face of a woman by Igor Mitoraj in the gardens.
The company’s offices and technical and artisanal labs can be found in this extraordinary setting, where every detail is carefully studied.
This is the world where contemporary luxury is created: a world of innovation and tradition, the Tod’s world.
Tod’s Spa was one of the first Italian companies to have built a gym and kindergarten on site for its employees.