where we are

where we are

visit us
gres art 671 is located in Bergamo, via S. Bernardino 141
getting here

6 ATB line

via S.Bernardino (145/147 stop)


from Bergamo railway station

(30 minutes on foot)


By bike-sharing with BiGi;
By scooter with BitMobility.




gres art 671 is temporarily closed for renovations. we will reopen soon. for private events you can contact us by dm.


gres art 671 is a place open to everyone and with no architectural barriers. Here, every person is welcome and everyone’s visit is made accessible and enjoyable.

To better meet your special needs fill in the contact form; we will be happy to help.

free entry

free entry

gres café
gres cafè

Unique atmosphere, comfortable ambience: here taste and creativity meet. gres cafè is the place to sit back, relax and get inspired by the hospitality of gres art 671. The gres cafè atmosphere is inspired by public space and urban environments such as the square, the arcade and the terrace. A place, set at the edge of the large spans, where the public is free to move around or stop to work or study in peace. A space of gathering, culture, and engaging conversations.

the garden of gres art 671

A space swinging from indoors and outdoors, where light is the absolute protagonist; an open square that promotes a harmonious dialogue between the natural surroundings and architecture. The garden, a recess in the facade, obtained by removing the roof and demolishing the flooring, features the original structures as a statement of gres art 671's industrial past and a way to preserve its history.

the covered square of gres art 671

The entrance of gres art 671 welcomes visitors in a relaxed ambience where they can stop and find engaging and creative activities, and where the community brings the space around it to life. Board games, such as backgammon, chess, checkers, and bagh chal, can be found in this area. A choice driven by the desire to offer the public a place of entertainment, inspired by the benefits board games bring to those who play them, while promoting respect for other people's time and encouraging collaboration.