Traditionally conceived as work environments, we are used to thinking of them more like modern, technical and functional offices rather than homes.
The new MEETING ROOMS have instead changed over time, becoming multifunctional spaces, not just linked to business but also to entertainment.
Currently seen in restaurants and hotels where they can host small banquets or private parties, the new MEETING ROOMS become an integral part of the public areas and are equipped with attached waiting rooms. Real private apartments, welcoming, luxurious and relaxing.
A perfect example of this is the meeting room at the 5* Continental hotel in the center of Oslo, which is accessed through a large hall with soft corner sofas and large armchairs and where the long table surrounded by our MEETING armchairs is an integral part of it, giving rise to perfectly articulated spaces both for intimate and exclusive entertainments and for business meetings.
Even within LAB FINITURE, it was decided not to separate the meeting area from the sales and exhibition space. The rigorous iron table and our POZZETTO armchairs therefore become the aesthetic fulcrum of the whole, creating a fluid dialogue with the materials on display.
Here are two other perfect examples of multipurpose rooms, in this case both on luxury yachts. Rooms that can be used indifferently for business, conferences, representation, or banquets.
as well as this CHIEF’S DINING ROOM, where the cruise ship’s captain invites guests over for a private dinner, becomes more intimate, whilst maintaining that professional allure.
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