Jobs is a collection of management office furniture: desks, conference and meeting tables and furniture units.
High Cabinet is a versatile and multipurpose, it is both storage and bookcase, alternating open compartments, shelves and cupboards. Positioned against a wall or in the middle of a room, it can also be used to define, divide and organise the spaces.
The structure of the Jobs Low Cabinets is made of medium-density wood fibre with a Lead Oak or Tobacco Oak veneer and a polished finish; the top features a matte finish. The base, in lead-painted brushed steel, has adjustable feet and a connecting cross-section that is painted black with a texturized, non-scratch finish. The back of the Cabinet is equipped with a folding door that offers access to a small interior compartment. This compartment allows cables, which come up from the floor and reach the top of the desk, to come out through the slot that runs along the entire length of the top.
The Low Cabinet is available in two lengths, 230 cm and 284 cm, both available in two variation of equipment for drawers and compartment doors.
The Jobs drawer unit has a structure veneered in Lead Oak or Tobacco Oak with a polished finish and a matte-finish top. The base is painted black with a texturized, non-scratch finish and is fitted with 4 castors. The drawer unit is equipped with 2 drawers with front panels upholstered in Pelle Frau ® leather from the Color System with a black painted interior frame with a texturized, non-scratch finish. The drawers are fitted with a single key lock positioned on the right side of the drawer unit. An open compartment is positioned on the opposite side of the drawers.
The Jobs Bookcase is a freestanding, double-sided bookcase with fixed configuration. It has thick shelves in mat Rovere Piombo or Tabacco. “T”-shaped dividing elements made up of a vertical panel in gloss lacquer wood and lower panel in Pelle Frau® leather from the Color System are arranged in an irregular fashion on the shelves. The T cross-sections with lead-coloured brushed steel uprights, distinctive features of the collection, are attached to the ends of the bookcase. All of which are in a balanced alternating series of hollows and solids. The vertical elements of the dividers are in Rovere Piombo- or Rovere Tabacco-veneered birch plywood with glossy finish and are perpendicular to the lengths of the shelves and panels upholstered in Pelle Frau® leather from the Color System arranged in parallel to the length of the shelves.
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Architect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni was born in Milan, where he graduated in Architecture in 1979. He is responsible for the art direction of Artemide (glass collection), Cappellini (from 1979 to 1989), Fontana Arte (furniture collection), Foscarini (lamps), Minotti (since 1998) and Roda (since 2006), designs products for many...