Novartis Pharma. Basilea 2012
Studio Cerri & Associati
Parete AP - Flipper / Flipper Bench - Pannels and Screens - Naòs System - LessLess - Neutra
The Basel headquarters of Novartis Pharma, the multinational pharmaceutical company, is distributed across a large campus with a number of architecturally impressive buildings that house the various types of offices and the company's research, development and production facilities. The office space in consideration is characterized by an original design approach that centers on the vertical circulation. A monumental staircase puts the three floors in direct communication with each other, creating a common and obligatory passageway for everyone but also a pleasant place to stop and chat, making it easier for people to meet and fostering closer interaction. The workplaces, enhanced by elegant finishes and refined color schemes, were realized using flexible furnishing systems that permit each space to be configured according to a specific functional requirements. The conference rooms are enclosed by personalized glazed partition walls, ensuring privacy.
Parete AP Modular floor-to-ceiling partition wall system.
Flipper Open-space workstations personalized with P4 panels, conference tables.
Naòs System Conference tables with direct task lighting.
LessLess Tower storage cabinets.
Neutra Storage cabinets and personalized drawer pedestals.
Filing areas: 140 cabinets, 20 cabinets.
Events | 2018.10.10
Promoted and produced by the department of culture of the city of Milan, together with Palazzo Reale and MondoMostreSkira, and coordinated by Pascale Picard, director of the Municipal Museums of Avignone, the exhibition Picasso Metamorfosi opens on October 18 at Palazzo Reale in Milan. The event is a stopover of Picasso-Méditerranée, the important European triennial exhibition promoted by the Musée Picasso in Paris together with other international institutions. It presents an exciting itinerary designed to highlight Picasso’s surprising investigations into a modern art that is rooted in the classical arts and in mythology.