Panorama, the latest product designed by Ben van Berkel and developed by UNStudio’s experience design team UNSx, in collaboration with Fantoni, will be launched at this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan.
UNStudio and Fantoni to unveil new flexible and sustainable ‘Panorama Collection’ at Salone del Mobile 2023
Modular Toolset for Office of the Future
With many companies looking towards fostering hybrid workforces, office interiors need to be more flexible than ever. While the workplace needs to adapt to support remote work, it also needs to be designed to enhance the employee experience and facilitate social innovation.
Constructed from chipboard made of 100% recycled wood, Panorama’s 57 components can be used to devise a variety of spatial arrangements and configurations that facilitate its use not only in the office environment, but also in hybrid collab, or ‘third spaces’. The system enables users to meet, work, or unwind – independently or in collaboration.
The Panorama catalogue of components can be used for collaborative situations, to create social spaces, or provide solutions for learning and focus. The system has a distinctive colour range and can be designed with different textures and patterns, depending on users needs.
Panorama can be seen at the Fantoni stand (Pavilion n°2 - stand F11 G12) and in the Fantoni showroom (Via Santa Sofia, 27, Milan).
Ben van Berkel will present Panorama in person on 18th April at 16:30 at the Fantoni stand.
Should you wish to speak to Ben van Berkel at this year’s Salone del Mobile, please contact Karen Murphy on: email@example.com
Lectures and events
Tuesday 18th April
16:30: Ben van Berkel will present Panorama on 18th April at 16:30 at the Fantoni stand
Pavilion n°2 - stand F11 G12
19:00-20:00: Caroline Bos will speak at Monocle Talks, in partnership with Swiss appliance maker V-Zug
Topic: Closing the Circle - a look at how architects and creatives can truly design for circularity.
Hosted by Monocle editorial director Tyler Brûlé and editor-in-chief Andrew Tuck.
Location: Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Via A. Manzoni 12, Milan
Wednesday 19th April
14:00-16:00: Filippo Lodi (UNSx) will be taking part in the SSD satellite Milan 2023 conference – Focsing on practising participatory service design and community involvement.
Location: Via Pier Paolo Pasolini, 3, 20151 Milano MI, Italy
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