Fantoni presents Woods collection by Studio Metrica

Published on : Friday, April 21, 2017

Woods03Created for the contract market, the Woods collection offers great comfort and aesthetic quality. It is an innovative, contemporary and versatile design. Wood, the ultimate natural material, bursts into the Fantoni office world.

 
Woods is a complete series of tables, created following reflection on new ways of working and on how the workplace is changing. It offers a range of modules, from the “focus” station to a shared one, and from meeting areas to collaboration spaces.

 
Woods includes large executive and meeting tables, fixed office desks and height-adjustable workstations. It is a collection that can switch from clerical to executive simply by changing the combination of tops and legs, with an interplay that maintains consistency of design and allows for numerous different layouts.

 
The key feature of this innovative design is the use of solid beech or oak wood. This material gives a sense of naturalness and visual comfort that is the perfect complement to the comfort offered by the performance of the table, which can be used in both a standing and a sitting position.

 
The key feature of this innovative design is the use of solid beech or oak wood. This material gives a sense of naturalness and visual comfort that is the perfect complement to the comfort offered by the performance of the table, which can be used in both a standing and a sitting position.

 
The table’s electrical connections are hidden under the top, while the modesty panel can be fitted with storage accessories and with a USB socket for recharging electronic devices.

 
Robin Rizzini, Chief Designer and Partner of the Matrica, commented: “Designing for Fantoni is deeply satisfying, because it is a historic business in the office furniture world. One of its great strengths lies in its family-based culture, which focuses on each design with an all-round approach that never loses sight of all the different aspects, and indeed considers every aspect to be essential: from the concept to the prototype, production and communication.”

 

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