The Office Pod knows no crisis. In the rethinking of the post-pandemic office, these interior architectures are increasingly present and evolve to meet new needs: flexibility and modularity, but also a renewed sensitivity to nature and sustainability.
In this market scenario, Universal Selecta’s Green Box was born, designed by Eugenio Pasta, the wooden office pod that gives a more natural touch to the workplace and in all collective environments.
The Office Pods, hybrid structures between wall and furniture, without floor and ceiling anchors, represent one of the cornerstones of the office intended as a place of relationship.
In all its versions, from the office pod to the meeting room, they can guarantee oases of privacy even in open space environments.
The path traced by Universal Selecta has already marked important milestones and proposed various versions of this type of furniture, square or curved with different types of false ceilings and equipped with new devices – such as acoustic diffractors – to ensure high levels of acoustic and environmental comfort: In fact, Chakra winned the Compasso d’Oro ADI 2020 thanks to its innovative features.
But the evolution does not stop and Universal Selecta today adds to its catalog Green Box, a 100% recyclable office pod that sees its strength in the materials: mainly glass and wood, combined together to define a sustainable and integrated object with excellent performance. acoustics and comfort.
Green Box is made entirely of solid wood with a patented joint solution capable of facilitating assembly and sealing of the whole even on large dimensions. The constructive method also contributes to determining a much cheaper price than similar metal products.
On the occasion of the Milano Design Week 2022 it was presented with double sliding door, but it is also available with swing doors and in various sizes and types of wood.
It is equipped with integrated ventilation and LED lighting systems, adjustable both through remote applications and with switches.
Green Box also provides an outdoor version with a metal cover.
Photos by Stefano Anzini
Sketch by Marco Predari