“After over thirty years of activity, I am now proud to announce the opening of the first CUF Milano showroom in the heart of the growing city, in the most innovative area featured by spectacular buildings such as Unicredit towers, the Pavillon and the Vertical Forest. The future is to bring abroad our experience, the creativity of great designers and the quality of our collections. The Countries that love made in Italy will be especially able to appreciate our #madeinmilano “, declared during the opening Roberto Motti, founder and CEO of Centrufficio Loreto, in charge of CUF Milano.
Following its debut at Orgatec a few months ago, CUF Milano has opened during Milano Design Week 2019 its first showroom in via Rosales 3/5, close to Corso Como, the most innovative and international shopping street.
360 m² span two large open spaces opening directly onto a private courtyard, redesigned by architect Paola Ripamonti, in collaboration with Walter Knoll designers, as environments displaying a new design philosophy ranging from classic office space to smart working. A path of working solutions and lifestyles, including precious surfaces, simple shapes and balanced proportions reflecting the soul and substance of CUF Milano’s products.
The showroom will permanent exhibit the new collections designed in collaboration with the most prominent designers in office design and contract fields: Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri, John Bennett / Sakura Adachi and Progetto CMR, and important partners such as Archiutti, Flos, Humanscale, Walter Knoll and Sedus.
The materials used are the latest generation laminates or woods with low emission of formaldehyde, dividing walls, stained glass and textile solutions for soundproofing. All with a focus on sustainability and natural elements.
The showroom includes three major areas: executive, operative and outdoor.
The executive one is furnished with executives by Walter Knoll and “Magenta” and “Victory” lines designed by Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri for CUF Milano, and also include two lounges, including one designed with an eye for acoustic effects in order to make the space even more comfortable.
In the operative area can be found the Seventy Seven by Progetto CMR, ideal for highly technical environments such as architect or design studios, and “Fusion” by John Bennett and Sakura Adachi, for more informal places where all areas of an office, like lounge, relax, operative and meetings, combine to create a unique multipurpose space.
And the “outdoor office” is equipped with outdoor furniture by Vondom.
Completing the layouts, ergonomic seats by Sedus, iconic lights by Flos and ergonomic complements by Humanscale.