Hausbrandt is sponsoring HORTUS Venezia by Zuecca Projects, a think tank for the study and recuperation of disused green areas, an innovative model of inner-city green sustainability presented at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice.

Run by Martino Zanetti’s family, the company has always prioritised attention to the environment in everything it does. There are various tangible examples of this, the most recent being the project for expansion of the Hausbrandt offices in Nervesa della Battaglia, in the province of Treviso. Designed by architects Pio & Tito Toso, it includes installation of a photovoltaic system for the production of renewable energy.

Recognised certification is a decision obviously linked to quality, value and organisational wellbeing, and those prioritised by the company include, first and foremost, environmental certification (ISO 14001), ISO 9001 for quality management and ISO 22000 for safety management systems in the food sector. To mention just a few.

Technological innovation as a result of culture and attention to coffee, the raw material, and to the various stages of production qualify Hausbrandt as a company with a careful, sensitive eye on issues of eco-sustainability, the focus of a modus operandi that confirms its role as a green-oriented business.

These principles have always been cornerstones for Martino Zanetti’s company and lead to important forms of collaboration. On this occasion, for example, with the world of art, which teams up with the environment to enhance and promote a collective project for recuperation of disused green areas through sustainable use of art, architecture and design.