PSI Italian Office

PSI Italian Office

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Gessate, MI, Italy
Project Year
Marta Carenzi
Product Spec Sheet

Lampadeovvioled, UPLIK small, Ben PGEsse-Ci
Pavimento in resinaFap Resine
Tavoliclick operative, sediecrossManerba Spa
Lampadario c2 anelli, 094+arcoledViabizzuno

Product Spec Sheet
by Lualdi
Lampadeovvioled, UPLIK small, Ben PG
by Esse-Ci
Pavimento in resina
Tavoliclick operative, sediecross
Lampadario c2 anelli, 094+arcoled

PSI Italian Office

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A large central space generates the office and orders in a simple way the work and services spaces. Illuminated by a zenithal light - diffused by three large skylights - this linear core enhances the chiaroscuro of special corrugated panels by the wall, alternated with eight large wooden sliding doors. A rhythm is also given by color, with an alternation of light grey and deep blue paint. This central space is separated from the offices by two bands ninety centimeters wide. In these bands the archives are located and eight large wooden passages. Different spaces compose the office: a big meeting room equipped for multimedial communications, small parlors and single workplace. An office can, if necessary, accommodate a visitor for a short period, offering a bed and a small private bathroom.

The modular open space could be divided into four smaller rooms with separate access and natural lighting, easily adaptable to any future need. Working areas are lived for many hours every day, this office offers a cozy space, with domestic materials and colors, able to put both employees and visitors at ease.

Material Used :

1 Viabizzuno: lampadario c2 anelli, 094+arcoled

2 Esse-ci: lampadeovvioled, UPLIK small, Ben PG

3 Pedrali: sediavolt

4 Vitra: sedieeames

5 Manerba: tavoliclick operative, sediecross

6 Fap resina: pavimento in resina

7 Falegnameria IB: wood wall

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