The virtual tour of the Milanese showroom Dieffebi is online with the evocative installation inspired by “The Bathers” by Paul Cezanne and designed by Alessandro Pasinelli achieving the balance between the human figure and the environment. A fluid setting, which declines different shades of blue and offers a relaxing and light image of the workplace together with new proposals for home office, always in the name of modularity and Steel Design.
Click here for the virtual tour of the Dieffebi showroom in via Milazzo, in the Brera District of Milan.
After the peak imposed by covid-19 registered last spring, the exponential spread of smart working continues unstoppable and involves over 5 million and 350 thousand smart workers in Italy, according to data collected by the annual research carried out by the Osservatorio Smart Working of Politecnico di Milano.
This data translates into the need to rethink the workplace, increasingly bearer of the company’s identity value and place for relationships and functional meetings.
But it is also necessary to rethink our homes – a parallel place for individual work- balancing the time of work as well as that of private life.
Design has the task of conceiving hybrid, informal, fluid, ergonomic solutions, capable of accommodating different ways of working and different environments.
Physical distancing and reconfigurability are the strengths in the office and find answers in different storage systems, even with integrated planters to support our biophilia.
At home, dynamic, non-invasive, small workstations are required in harmony with the domestic environment.
Modularity, functionality and essentiality, basic elements of Dieffebi’s Steel Design, offer new answers, the result of the experimented and fruitful collaboration with 967 Architetti Associati, which can be appreciated – even virtually – in the Milanese showroom.
“We have made changes to the Primo series of storage cabinets – explains architect Cesare Chichi co-founder of 967 AA– with the aim of revisiting them from a domestic perspective. We have worked on the base to lift it from the ground and on the finishes of the doors, now also available in mass-colored MDF thanks to an agreement with Finsa, a manufacturer specialized in decorative finishes. ”
We also implemented T-Share table and the Echo Locker cabinets with new accessories.
The upgrades developed during the pandemic also concern the Benci bench, an ideal element for “third spaces” even outdoors, and the Dot Box storage system which now includes a sliding retractable desk top that makes it ideal as a home office in perfect Urban Design style.