Ongoing changes are occurring in the way working premises are interpreted in line with technological developments and new organisational needs. These changes have prompted a quest for iumishings which hear previous types in mind whilst at the same time expressing the latest needs with one eye on the near iuture; and all to great effect The sector's leading companies, combined with the biggest names in international design, have this year dedicated themselves to creating ‘enlightened’ collections that are the result of new awareness and a sober approach to design. This has in turn produced the perfect mix of design, ergonomics, personalised wellnessand environmental sustainability. in hsct man takes centre stage in the new work premises, which are less and less static, more dynamic, less standardmd and open to a variety oi interpretations. The new furnishing collections seem capable oi blending in with one another and ‘clothing’ the architectonic premises with the utmost flexibility. they do so thanks to an almost infinite range oi interpretations in the size, coverings, colours, parts and patented aggregation systems used. The minimalist design speaks a ‘direct’ language which still manages to avoid anonymity: new materials, techniques and attention to detail ensure that each collection is unique and has an unmistakeable identity.


Vale, designed by Perin& Topan, is a comfortable stackable chair with or without armrests. The structure in satin finish chrome steel comes in white and anthracite. It is also available in a version with a small table, and can be transported stacked using the troliey supplied for the purpose.


A seat with an harmonious silhouette featuring clean and essential lines which still manage to avoid being rigid. Vale conceals particularly sophisticated construction solutions; The frame is imade of chrome-plated steel wire to guarantee elasticity and considerable resistance to stress. The armrests blend in with the load-bearing structure; in fact they are secured without the use of any visible screws. Ideal for waiting rooms, offices and public areas in general, its style makes it easy to insert in any setting. It is proposed in versions with 4 legs and cantilever (or sled-base). The seat and backrest are made in injection-moulded polypropylene. The structure is made of chrome-plated steel wire. It comes in versions with a tablet desk or a hook system.


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