Design and technology from Alma Design at Clerkenwell Design Week 09.06.2016
A showroom in the heart of London to present the latest news and interesting achievements in the technology field. Inside Parcour showroom, located in the vibrant Clerkenwell district, Alma Design took part in the latest edition of the famous three-day Design Week not only with its “best-sellers” but also with the two revolutionary treatments developed in collaboration with Nanobiotech.
The antibacterial and hydro-oleophobic treatments, result of a long research process aimed at guaranteeing better performances for contract furniture, have been the principal attractions of the set-up created by Alma inside the shop.
Among live shows, talks, expositions and prestigious architecture firms occasionally open for the event, the company introduced the innovative solutions based on nanotechnologies on the English market for the first time. Presented at Salone del Mobile 2016, the treatments guarantee resistance and durability for all the products in the catalogue.
The new chair Virna is the first model of the collections on which these treatments have been applied: the wood frame and upholstered seat demonstrate how materials usually for inside, can also be used for outdoor spaces. They do not absorbe liquids, are resistent to dirt and UV rays and, moreover, provide an antibacterial action and air purification.
Unique features for a highly-performing design that met the consensus and appreciation of numerous professionals in the field, architects and interior designers that visited the Clerkenwell Design Week 2016.
Above all, these features project Alma Design on the worlwide scenario with an exaustive offer for residential environments and for always more developed contract spaces.