Toolbox by Caterina Tiazzoldi

Toolbox by Caterina Tiazzoldi

Det er ikke så ofte at vi får lov til at præsentere indretningsdesign på Dagens Design. I morgens dumpede i midlertid et projekt af den italienske arkitekt Caterina Tiazzoldi ned i vores mailbox.

Caterina arbejder i Torino og New York, hvor hun også underviser på Columbia University. Hun har netop hjulpet et firma med at indrette deres lokaler og optimere det rumlige arbejdsmiljø.

Et af de iøjenfaldende rum er receptionen, hvor hun har skabt en spændende installationsvæg ved hjælp af modulerende kasser, som skaber en grafisk levende væg signalerende dynamik. Materialevalget er også med til at inddele rummene i forskellige funktioner. Der er bla. brugt gummi, kork og forskellige tekstiler, som hver især giver rummene specifikke karaktertræk.

www.tiazzoldi.org

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Toolbox by Caterina Tiazzoldi - in english

This interior design project was sent to us from Italian architect Caterina Tiazzoldi. Here are some explaning words: Architect based in Torino and New York where I also teach at Columbia University, I am pleased to forward you the press release of a professional incubator I just achieved in Torino Italy. The project concept is derived from a typological hybrid between a corporate space and a co-working. In effect it engages the idea of merging a design coherence and users plurality. In order to develop the project we had to modulate different type of space with different gradient of privacy, socialization, rigor and relax. The plurality of conditions appears in the material modulation of identical volumes varying from natural rubber to cork and textiles. The project has been selected for 3 books about professional spaces. Toolobox project has been nominated for 2 design awards one of them about Domotics. “Toolbox is a professional office located in Torino, Italy in an industrial space. The aim of this design is to create a cohesive design concept that still embraces the diversity of the work group. The designer modulated similar volumes with different materials including cork and rubber. This approach allowed the designer to create a variety of spaces with different levels of function and privacy. The lobby features 400 undulating cubes, and cute icons were designed and placed next to rooms to indicate that room’s function.” www.tiazzoldi.org