The offices change and the tools used by the workers change too. Smart working, which in recent years has been investing more and more companies and more and more workers, is a phenomenon that is accompanied by new demands for privacy, security, mobility and versatility.
To meet these needs, on the occasion of Milano Design Week, Dieffebi presents the new Echo Locker collection designed by 967.
The growing professional nomadism is the reign of Backpackcracy, the neologism by Leonardo Previ that expresses agile and interconnected working methods.
To meet the needs of the new ways of working, Dieffebi, leading company in the metal furniture sector, presents Echo Locker collection, the system of storage for personal but shared use with a the new construction concept, which allows the integration of various aesthetic, technological and aggregation solutions, such as the inclusion of an integrated lighting system and practical USB ports to charge mobile devices.
Always very careful to take advantage of the innovative solutions made available by new technologies, Dieffebi has also applied a useful IoT locks system, which can be opened with a badge but also with mobile devices.
The Echo Lockers are characterized by an asymmetric striped graphic that eliminates the typical box effect of this type of product and allows their use in a wide variety of public spaces, such as lounge areas, libraries and cafés.