After showcasing their Spring/Summer '17 womenswear collection during Milan Fashion Week, Gucci has once again chosen Milan to play home to its new head offices. Located in the Caproni factory, which was first built in 1915, the brand has renovated the historical shed-like factory to welcome lashings of natural light.

Now named the Gucci Hub, the site now acts as the worldwide showroom, which can also hot fashion shows and photo shoots. Gucci's President and CEO, Marco Bizzari, said: "Our Milan location, which we have named the Gucci Hub – as it will be where we welcome buyers and press from around the world each season – now joins our two other centres of excellence in Italy."

Now open: Gucci's head office in Milan

Welcoming more than 250 employees, the 35,000 square metre office will also reflect Gucci's Creative Director, Alessandro Michele's creative aesthetic. "The concept and design of our new Milan location symbolises every aspect of the new chapter that Gucci opened at the start of last year. This highly contemporary space, rendered from within a historic building, will foster and nurture an open working environment that is at the core of a true learning organisation. It will also become a place of cultural exchange when we present the collections each season," continued Bizzari.

Now open: Gucci's head office in Milan

Now, view Gucci's recently released Gucci Tailoring campaign, with Tom Hiddleston fronting the ad.