Jaleed, which means clear, transparent, impalpable: a glass wall with thin, discreet profiles, which can be configured in several ways, from single to double glass, from the sliding door between two panes to the full-height door.
Well-being in the office is one of the most talked-about topics of recent times. And, when talking about wellbeing, there are always two topics that cannot be ignored: acoustics and lighting. Our senses, in fact, are the ones that first welcome or suffer situations that can lead to stress, or, on the contrary, give a feeling of comfort to the worker.
Fusion Outdoor is the outdoor version of the iconic Fusion, designed by the duo John Bennett and Sakura Adachi.
Fusion Outdoor was created from the need to furnish outdoor spaces, such as terraces and gardens, where people can work, but also spend leisure time and hold informal meetings. It is a hybrid system, like Fusion indoor itself, which allows operators to have a multiplicity of functions in a single room and furniture, as the modern office is intended to be.
For the following third year, because of the “Salone del Mobile”, CUF MILANO is proposing its personal interpretation of exhibition, we are organizing a table football team tournament for designers and architects.
The event, which will take place on 19.04.23, from 5.30 p.m. at the showroom in V. Rosales 5 – Milan (Corso Como area).
CUF Milano will be exhibiting at the Paris trade fair between 04th to 06th April,, which this year has romantically entitled the exhibition ‘I love my Workspace’.
At the stand, you will be able to see the products we have already previewed at Orgatec in Cologne, namely “Diva” our acoustic sofa (design Itamar Harari), “Jaleed” a newdouble-glazed wall (design Roberto Fantini), “Bold” as executive collection (design Matteo Silverio) and the Fusion outdoor furniture (design J. Bennett and S. Adachi).
Come and visit us, we are waiting for you at the stand D20-E21, Porte de Versailles, Paris!
CUFMilano, the design brand of Centrufficio, presents Bold, the collection developed in collaboration with the designer Matteo Silverio that breaks the schemes of classic executive offices.