The Nomad Office by True Design

The debut at 100% Design

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The Nomad Office by True Design
19/09/2017 - True Design makes its first appearance at 100% Design Fair in London, with a selection of products from the True Goes Through Collection.

With the Art Direction of Aldo Parisotto from P+F Architetti, this collection is defined by furniture elements suitable for working environment, collective spaces and private areas, congruent with the “Elements” theme chosen for the current collection exhibited at the most important trade show in the United Kingdom. Particular attention is given to fundamental of deign, functionality, comfort, materials, color palette and the development process that lead to the creation of products for the “nomad” office, capable of exploring hybrid working territories such as lounge areas in public spaces and private environments dedicated to the home office.
 
ARCA - design Orlandini Design True Design, Arca and Millepiedi

True Design, Arca and Millepiedi

A complete declination of armchairs for waiting spaces and smart lounges, proposed with 3 different backrest heights and a wide range of bases, among which the new rocking base. The standard version with low backrest is ideal for short-waiting spaces or large meeting rooms, whereas the addition of the backrest in the middle version lends a greater sense of comfort and importance. The most distinctive declination is the one with the high backrest, embracing the user. They can all be equipped with writing tablets.
 
DNA - design Leonardo Rossano & Debora Mansur True Design, DNA

True Design, DNA

Inspired by the dynamic forms of biogenetics, the modular bench DNA consists in a unique construction assembly which is created by a single section of curved plywood, that is mirrored in design to create multiple seating configurations. The result of this system, is a captivating piece of furniture, shaped after the helix form, in which each completed section creates an individual seat for the user creating comfort in a public space. DNA is also available in the upholstered collection, in fabric or leather.
 
MILLEPIEDI - design Parisotto+Formenton - ADI Design Index 2016 True Design, Millepiedi

True Design, Millepiedi

A seating system defined by a contemporary and essential design, Millepiedi reinvents the concept of seating for large spaces, developing a wide range of configurations and dimensions, coming from a conceptual idea of functionality and flexibility, together with high end details. The components, and the accessories (tables, armrests, backrests) lets you create multiple solutions, starting from a 2 seater bench and up to long and complex seating configurations, even circular. Steel beam frame, powder coated, with laser cut legs; main structure of seat and backrest in multilayer beechwood, with natural oakwood veneer; padded in polyurethane high density foam, covered with fabric and leather.
 
PINCETTES - design Luciano Dell’Orefice True Design, Pincettes

True Design, Pincettes

A brand new color selection for the latest collection of acoustic dividers that provide privacy, without isolating the user. The construction is very simple and is adapted to work spaces making small and quiet islands where you can rest, read, chat or take a nap out of sight. The module is composed by a multilayer sheet of polyester and textile pinched in a solid wood structure and fixed to a concrete base. Pincettes having the double function of privacy divider and acoustic insulation adapts itself, by its great chromatic and typological options, to any space.

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