SLALOM – Salone del Mobile Milano 2022 news
The colorful and multi-purpose space shows how Slalom sound-absorbing panels and products lend themselves to incredible transformations and new interpretations of shapes and metaphors. Through the felt a fabulous set has come to life and now the only limit is the imagination. Thanks to the thermobounded walls and freestanding panels such as SPLIT, the environment is transformed into a forest of lights and shadows, visible and invisible. Microarchitectures such as OASIS and HAT combined with POUF shape archipelagos of rest and quiet. Discover the acoustic booths created in collaboration with the precious partnership with @rubelli_group and our lighting partner @panzeri1947 where you can feel and touch the extraordinary alliance between silence and design. Enjoy the urban and natural landscape of Slalom, designed with different products and applications and the novelties that we presented at the Salone del Mobile 2022.
MAGIC WORLD WALL
The most magical wall of the stand shows the different Slalom technologies. Felt was used, with it particular and fun shapes were created, thermobounded panels and tailor made panels, for a game made of shapes that fit perfectly together. The design of Slalom spaces is innovative and celebrates the relationship between human beings and nature to stimulate positive feelings and generate good mood, improving the quality of life.
With our partners and friends we create a 360 ° collaboration. Two examples are the protagonists of two of the three booths present at the Salone.
The newborn cobranding with Panzeri Illuminazione will lead to the development of new technologies to integrate acoustics and lighting.
The strategic collaboration with Rubelli, Italian excellence in textiles with an extraordinary history and tradition, gave life to the Rubelli Acoustic by Slalom collection.
SPLIT design by Robin Rizzini
SPLIT, new entry in the freestanding family.
Perfect for separating workstations and creating micro-environments, both in its Cut Out version and in its full version, suitable for ensuring maximum privacy.
HAT design by Claudio Larcher
How do you create a place? Is a “hat” enough to delimit the space? The Hat project was born from these questions and aims to create a new space through an acoustic panel. This structure is suitable for public and private spaces with the intention of recreating a new area for relaxation or work. Below the “hat” of the acoustic panel can be positioned in comfortable armchairs or, alternatively, a work or meeting table.