Vista Essence for the new insurance offices 18.01.2021
An insurance company headquartered in Roseto degli Abruzzi opted for a refurbishment at zero km. In fact, to furnish its new offices, the agency has chosen to rely upon one of the best-established and best-known companies in its territory: Newform Ufficio, a brand of ARAN World Group.
Between Scandinavian inspirations and natural echoes, the new agency headquarters runs between common workstations, private offices, spaces in which to gather with customers, meeting rooms and leisure areas. A large reception desk in the entrance – customized by Newform Ufficio – greets guests, who can wait their turn on shaped benches, directly integrated in the four meeting rooms; in these small oases, made by curved panels inside a large open space, a few round tables are in, ideal to convey a sense of sharing and exchange. The external wooden coating recalls the reception desk, while the white of the benches, always produced on project, suggests a sense of calm and relax, well expressed also by the rational and orderly disposition of spaces. Workstations with integrated drawers and Vista essence wall cabinets have been chosen as common workstations, separated only by unobtrusive panels. This collection is characterized by a simple design and a wide catalogue of finishes. It is no coincidence that desks of the same collection have been selected for the private offices, in this case with glass and wood worktop. The meeting room table, the planters, the cafè furniture and the wardrobes have been especially designed for this project by Newform Ufficio as well.
Newform Ufficio’s large production capacity and efficiency, as well as its flexibility and possibility of customization, helped to make the fit-out of these offices successful, with customized solutions.
We are thus extremely proud and also very pleased to have been part of such a significant project with a strong territorial character.
Architects: Federico Novi and Monica Merlotti – ODA / Officina di Architettura
Artistic Director: Maurizio Viceré
Ph. Credits: Pierluigi Fabrizio and Giorgio Liddo