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Rainbow SpA new offices: glass partition walls and acoustic comfort

La Mercanti supply the new offices of Rainbow SpA, in Loreto, Italy. Famous for their brand “Winx” Italian animation giant, they requested, for the new headquarter, integrated glass partitioning system: floor-partition-false ceiling-lighting. The global integration has been realized with the gx2 glazed partition wall of Gemino.

Immersed in a large park in the hills in the Marche region, the project aims to blend the new Rainbow production unit into its surroundings. Respect for the environment and renewable energy issues are the leitmotiv of the architectural design, which includes the use of solar and photovoltaic panels and geothermal probes to ensure the complex was totally independent in terms of energy.

Integration is total thanks to the gx system, which includes an air conditioning system comprising chilled beams inserted into the suspended ceiling without adjustment angular profiles therefore allowing panels to be removed for inspection, and continuous row lighting system (with new-generation UGR diffuser for lighting comfort control). gx1 and gx2 integrated glazed partitions define the operations and management zones respectively. For the floors a new semi-flush extruded profile integrated in the screed reduces visible profiles to just 10 mm.

Planning the layout of new spaces that follow evolutions in the office environment: the extraordinary technical and aesthetic characteristics of the gemino architectonic system make it a multi-faceted creative tool for new scenarios in world architecture. Not by chance has the integrated gx system by gemino been selected on various occasions by architects of the calibre of Renzo Piano, Norman Foster and Zaha Hadid, for use in international projects.

About Marco Olivieri

Founder & CeO of La Mercanti Italian Furniture. Marketing and Sales specialist of La Mercanti, emphasis on strategy deployment and implementation, innovation and business excellence. “I think to myself as an innovative thinker, an avid learner and I like to bring new ideas forward to drive my staff initiatives”.

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