by Anna Moldenhauer | 7/4/2018
The media company Condé Nast Germany has moved to the Richard Meier Building in Munich after an extensive redesign.
Its research into the latest and upcoming developments of the light-office has led lapalma to 360° planning, offering solutions to architects and interior designers characterized by versatility, precision and concreteness.
SCREEN, a collection of partitions designed by Francesco Rota, was expressly designed after realizing that the office environment has increasingly become an open-space, where operations and management share the space with lounge areas, break out areas and meeting rooms.
This innovative element defines each area, providing it with the proper degree of privacy. It has a frame of aluminum section that arches for free standing and is available in 2 heights: the shorter height (about 140 cm) serves low-seating environments, whereas the higher version (about 180 cm) allows privacy also when people are standing.
Being modular, SCREEN grants great freedom in composing. Moreover, the choice of materials (perforated metal, wood tubes and upholstery of fabric) lets you personalize. SCREEN has thus become a piece of interior design, aiming at creating an intimate spot in a domestic environment or in a collective area.
|Height||1400 mm / 1800 mm|
shades of brown