Bay Meeting and conference tables
Bay is the line of office furniture minimalist and refined. The Bay executive furnitures have a single, rigorous guiding idea: simplicity. Bay is the absolute and refined minimalism. The "Appearing" is banned. The executive furniture Bay is the essence of the function, at the service of the manager who wants sobriety and elegance. A trend is emerging every day: lightness and oriental simplicity: the object almost disappears since the true subject is the person. Lines are designed as harmony with nature.
Bay has lightweight structures, to make the workplace streamlined even in the appearance. It's a kind of aesthetic ecology that creates harmony to facilitate efficiency. The appeal to the East, and in particular to the Zen philosophy, is the fil rouge of the Bay furnishing line.
That essential geometry, which becomes a life and thinking style, suggests it: simple lines, designed for the essence, not for the appearance. A style, a directional furniture, which is addressed to a person who knows, who doesn't not have to appear. This manager is the subject, the manager is the value, not what surrounds its figure. Simplicity is the frame.
Castelli Design Studio
Founded in 1877 as a small craftman’s workshop, Castelli has emerged as one of the most fervent and exciting Italian design centres showing determination, creativity and intuition. Since 1945 Castelli has been a motor in the design and manufacture of office furniture and environments, with unique and original shapes and lines, created with the most important and in influential Italian and foreign designers. Emilio Ambasz, Claudio Bellini, Rodolfo Bonetto, Giancarlo Piretti, Charles Pollock, F.A. Porsche, Richard Sapper, just to name a few.
A union that has given rise to products that are still today considered remarkable reference points for the world of office furniture. Just think of the Plia chair, designed by Giancarlo Piretti and displayed at MOMA in New York or other prestigious awards won by Castelli in Italy and around the world: il COMPASSO D’ORO awarded by ADI for the seating line Vertebra designed by Emilio Ambasz and Giancarlo Piretti; for the desk system Dalle Nove alle Cinque designed by Richard Sapper; the Guya office chair designed by the Castelli Design Studio.
These prizes and awards are recognition of the strong character of the Castelli brand, able to distil the best of creativity, attention to the product, style and taste,which represent the core and heart of successful Italian design around the world. Castelli Design Studio has created products that give priority to the culture of experimentation and excellent design in the Italian tradition.