Flexible home working spaces. There is a growing need to transform some domestic environments into small temporary offices.
The life of all of us is increasingly nomadic, unpredictable, subject to sudden and unexpected changes that lead us to change house more often than once, or to live it differently depending on the periods of existence and the phases of the day. Work contracts are increasingly limited in duration or involve “smartworking” phases: this leads people to work even from home, making it necessary to transform some domestic environments into small temporary offices. In this context, there is also a growing need to create coworking environments, thus saving costs and increasing productivity, sharing and interaction.
Shared spaces, more and more hybrid. No walls, barriers or other obstacles. Versatile multipurpose tables, monoblock kitchens, comfortable sofas for drinking tea or discussing business. Everything must be flexible, convertible and above all smart!
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Bulky furniture is replaced, for example, by mid-room furniture or temporary glass walls, possibly in a transparent finishing. One of the things modernist architecture has taught us is to make places dialogue, whether they are the rooms of a house or the interior with the exterior. Where it is possible, to connect spaces, to knock down walls and let light in, which is the true luxury of today.
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The today goal is to move from the partition to the screen. For this reason, the use of screens is back in fashion, but with a different value compared to the privacy function that they had in Liberty contexts of the early ‘900. Today they become real decorative elements. Screens of ultra modern and innovative design, discreet but at the same time almost indispensable for the pleasant visual impact they create.
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In this age full of work uncertainties and radical changes, many people rent warehouses or large apartments, making them both offices and houses to live in. The design is therefore minimal, “light” but very functional. The kitchen becomes a dining room, a working station, a canteen and a meeting place for coffee. The living room can be transformed into a meeting room or a place to receive customers, depending on requirements. Everything mixes, everything changes over and over again.
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