by Lidia Grazia Falcone
“In designing this collection, we wanted to offer people flexibility in choosing their workplace”, so Phillippe Braunassociate architect of Omaintroduces the talk event held in the space UniForin viale Pasubio in Milan, the new project Principles: a collection that sees the collaboration of Braun with the designer Antonio Barone And Carlo Molteni, managing director of UniFor. Three characters from two different companies who have decided to come together under the same purpose and undertake a work experience of which they will have a lot to tell in the talk, together with the new logistical needs, which emerged from the latest events, with which they had to interface.
A little home, a little office: the perfect cocktail for work
by Giuliano Aluffi
Home office, how to organize your desk to work better
by Valentina Ferlazzo
A collection consisting of more than one hundred modular elements that include double-layered tables, chairs and sofas in different sizes (S, M, L and XL) and color combinations pastel and brighter shades of orange, blue, black and white. Pieces configurable in infinite ways to meet the needs of different types of work environments: how they can facilitate office communication between multiple teams, how they can gather a few people in a more private conversation or facilitate the concentration of a student in a reading space of a library. Another strong point are the upholstery fabrics used: coming from the super tech sportswear sector, they make each piece waterproof and easy to clean, usable both indoors and outdoors.
An essential aesthetic and a purely technical character that give the elements the necessary flexibility to the places and the well-being of the people required by the different target customers.
In collaboration with Iulm University – degree course in Fashion and Creative Industries
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