Musée Quai Branly. Parigi 2007
Less - Naòs System - Mood
Home to an extraordinary collection devoted to the arts and civilizations of Africa, Asia, Oceania the Americas, the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris extends like a footbridge into the surrounding greenery, in a series of low buildings immersed in an ever-changing wooded landscape. The exhibition spaces, the offices and the work and study spaces are integrated with the natural environment, the neighborhood and the city. While the compositional solutions are quite diverse – high glass fences, green walls, adjustable brise-soleils, projecting volumes, suspended structures, curtain walls – together they define a coherent yet visually exciting whole in terms of architecture and landscape. The innovative museum makes use of the language of technology to express its poetic vision. The same design approach characterizes the furnishings of the volumes devoted to offices, aimed at ensuring compositional flexibility, high technical performance, comfort and environmental quality.
Prodotti di serie:
Progetto 25 Pareti vetrate a tutta altezza.
Less Tavoli scrivania, cassettiere e librerie chiuse.
Neutra Armadi per archiviazione.
Naòs System Postazioni direzionali.
Mood Tavoli riunione.
Postazioni di lavoro: 220.
Uffici direzionali: 20.
Pareti vetrate: 2.000 mq.
Porte a battente in vetro trasparente: 20.
Events | 2019.09.06
New Opening - UniFor Showroom Paris
On the occasion of its 50th anniversary, UniFor is restoring and renewing the historic showroom of its French branch, designed by Afra and Tobia Scarpa in 1979. The newly renovated spaces has been inaugurated during Paris Design Week, in celebration of both UniFor’s first 50 years - the history of which is illustrated in a prestigious book published by Skira, “UniFor. A Commitment to Architecture” - and its 40 years on the French market at its historic and prestigious Paris location on Rue des Saint-Peres. It was 1978 when the Molteni family founded UniFor France and entrusted Afra and Tobia Scarpa with the task of transforming the former residential apartment at 6 Rue des Saints-Pères into spaces suitable for receiving its clients and presenting the UniFor collection. The showroom was launched the following year. The renovation project, overseen by the architect Simone Agresta, leaves Afra and Tobia Scarpa's original project intact while reinterpreting the spaces in a modern key