Vivenda is the only organisation in Italy to manage all phases of a sponsored restoration in an integrated manner.
A team of architects, engineers and restorers allows us to work with the utmost professionalism and care on every project.
The maxi billoboards on the construction sites financially support the restoration work.
Vivenda is the official agency of the Italian Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato in the legal advertising business.
Renovation, redevelopment and consolidation
of real estate and architectural heritage,
regulatory adaptations of installations and works
aimed at energy saving and seismic improvement
Maxi billboards and digital LED installations in the most
striking locations in Rome, in the most fashionable districts
of Milan and in important Italian and European cities.
Legal and financial advertising in the European Journal, Official Journal of Italy, daily newspapers, website of the Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Sustainable Mobility and Regional Observatories.
Vivenda is the official advertising agency of the Italian Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato.
From 4 May to 18 September, the National Museum of 21st Century Arts (MAXXI) is hosting the exhibition ‘L’occhio come mestiere’ (The eye as a craft) by Gianni Berengo Gardin, considered the Italian master of black and white reportage.
Since 2018, Vivenda has had an exclusive collaboration in Italy with Airlite, the revolutionary 100% natural paint that purifies the air
Vivenda is a partner of the 37th Roma Europa Festival.
On Sunday 8 May, the highlight of the event took place: the traditional 5-kilometre run and 2-kilometre walk in the heart of Rome.
On 8 July 2022, the eagerly awaited fashion show of Valentino’s autumn-winter 2022-2023 collection was exclusively streamed on Vivenda’s maxi LED wall set up in Piazza di Spagna.
On one of Italy’s most beautiful waterfronts, a destination for tourism and summer nightlife, the statue dedicated to Victor Emmanuel II has returned to its former glory, thanks to the Vivenda-sponsored restoration at no cost to the people of Santa Margherita Ligure.