The Marzadro Distillery is a vast and airy complex made of stone, wood and glass, which is expressed with its harmonious architecture immersed in the green of the vineyards. The Marzadro family entrusted the construction of the structure to the Bolzano-based architects Walter Maurmayr and Günther Plaickner, who, based on the concept of "contemporary craftsmanship", gave life to a completely integrated structure in the surrounding territory. The roof, for example, was covered with a green carpet made up of 60,000 pre-cultivated plants, belonging to the lichen species: a solution adopted not only for aesthetic reasons, but also to guarantee a better thermal insulation of the structure, and therefore allow an important energy saving. The high value of the new plant under the ecological profile is also highlighted by the orientation in the space of the buildings, which are in fact positioned to make the most of their position with respect to the sun. In addition to facilitating the penetration of sunlight, extensive use of glass in the construction of the plant contributes to creating a sort of continuity between the external and the internal environment. These were also used to create the striking glass and metal dome that houses the hall of stills inside. All the operational phases of the distillery are carried out which were previously dispersed in various locations scattered between Rovereto and the neighboring municipalities. The new structure consists of three buildings, dedicated respectively to production and storage, to the storage of the pomace and to the administrative offices.