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Magni Headquarters

Three Macro Areas, Multiple Furnishing Solutions

Studio Generali Engineering & Architecture

Magni Headquarters
By Editorial Staff -
Estel Group has participated in the project

When Magni, a company in the telescopic boom handlers sector, sought to extend its Modena headquarters, it turned to the expertise of Estel, a company specializing in the production of designer furniture for the home and office. The company’s goal is to create contemporary workspaces that accommodate new, increasingly smart and technological approaches to working. In active collaboration with Studio Generali Engineering & Architecture from the very beginning of the project, Estel worked to meet the client’s brief and find practical furnishing solutions that also embodied the company’s brand. Taking the concept of a smart office with multiple solutions, Estel designed a flexible and adaptable environment for Magni that would embrace the free flow of employees, encourage concentration and facilitate socialization. In general, the project involved dividing the space into three macro areas, which were then outfitted with various Estel-branded accessories as needed.

Sede Magni Courtesy Estel Group

For the Operations area, by eliminating the central corridors typical of classic office design, it was possible to move into a new open space environment. Here, precise solutions were chosen to promote privacy and to produce the more secluded environments that are ideal for meetings of small teams. Hence, the use of Collaborative Rooms, which are acoustically insulated modular boxes, and the sound-absorbing Chat Sofas. Other products include WallTech units and associated partitions with integrated sofas that allow for different configurations and subdivisions of space as needed. In the Academy area, Type 6 walls with black painted profiles were used, while the room was furnished with Tilting, P45 and Loop In tables, flanked by Kendo armchairs. The Executive area was separated from the other spaces by using double-glazed walls with wood-clad profiles for greater privacy. Finally, there is a refreshment station, using Coffice systems and Aliante sideboards, and a meeting area, the centerpiece of which is the large Terra table with Tua and Divina armchairs.

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