HEAD TO HEAD HOME OFFICES: THE LATEST DESIGNS FOR WORKING FROM HOME

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We explore the modularity of the new Lago Home Office and the domestic articulation of UniFor’s Touch Down Unit

Working from home isn’t an entirely new concept, but after the lockdown imposed by Covid-19, the home office has found newfound success. Responding quickly to new demands in the market, furniture brands aim to satisfy new needs and reconcile the office with domestic spaces, proposing multifunctional solutions designed in the name of flexibility. From modular ideas to custom-made approaches, nomadic work stations, the projects proposed all combine an impeccable aesthetic with creative and pragmatic foundations. What’s more, each piece comes complete with integrated drawers and storage spaces, noble finishes and materials, and elegant dividers that play with weight and transparency. Just look at the new Lago Home Office catalog (pictured in opening), which rethinks the brand’s great classics and accessorizes to welcome new functions, or the Touch Down Unit, a workspace launched by UniFor and articulated this year with a domestic variation.

Born from the collaboration between architects, interior designers, dealers and clients during the months in lockdown, the new Lago Home Office catalog reinterprets all the key furnishing elements, responding to new living needs and contemporary careers. Presented during the Digital Fuorisalone 2020, the pieces look to the brand’s established models, enriching them with space-saving features and personalized accessories

The result is a transformative proposal capable of adapting to the space available: Air Wildwood tables and surfaces integrate new drawers, while Air bookcases are equipped with the Air desk and a surface in XGlass, flaunting flexibility and easy clean up. Meanwhile, the large Weightless bookcases are proposed as an element of separation: descending dramatically from the ceiling, it helps divide atmospheres. Free-standing bookcases and work surfaces are configured according to necessity and are easily removable. Electric outlets are built in along with practical containers, whose folding doors can be transformed into desks at the drop of a hat.

With discreet proportions and self-sufficient, multitasking functions, Touch Down Unit, the project designed by Studio Klass for UniFor, is ready to outfit the home office. Initially articulated for more evolved workspaces, the work station produced by the brand under the Moltenti Group approaches the domestic realm with a series of new finishes. The unit flaunts a metallic structure with a base holding up the central upright, where the worktop rests with vertically and horizontally sliding devices, allowing for users to adjust the table height for a more ergonomic and comfortable experience.

With discreet proportions and self-sufficient, multitasking functions, Touch Down Unit, the project designed by Studio Klass for UniFor, is ready to outfit the home office. Initially articulated for more evolved workspaces, the work station produced by the brand under the Moltenti Group approaches the domestic realm with a series of new finishes. The unit flaunts a metallic structure with a base holding up the central upright, where the worktop rests with vertically and horizontally sliding devices, allowing for users to adjust the table height for a more ergonomic and comfortable experience.

 

 

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