Espacios de trabajo ecodiseñados

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Dado el tiempo que pasamos trabajando, el espacio de trabajo debería ser tan importante como el hábitat a todos los niveles: confort, funcionalidad, sostenibilidad, ecodiseño y estética. Actiu lo tiene claro y así lo demuestra en cada proyecto que aborda.

Reino Unido es uno de los países donde más trabaja la compañía, que ya ha amueblado las oficinas de BAA en el aeropuerto londinense de Heathrow, las instalaciones de American Express, las de Sant Mary University, del Museo Nacional del Ejército y de las filiales británicas de las empresas de automóviles Mazda y Ford.

Este otoño Actiu estrena proyecto: su nuevo showroom en Londres. Situado en Clerkenwell East, zona de referencia de la arquitectura y del diseño contract a nivel mundial, cuenta con una superficie expositiva de 250 m2 y una filosofía vinculada a la forma de ser de la compañía, ya que se trata de un espacio dotado de un gran jardín interior que ofrece luminosidad y transparencia, zonas verdes y una gestión eficiente de los recursos naturales.

El espacio se ha concebido como un lugar de trabajo sostenible, que cuenta con sala de exposición de producto y marca, red de venta y promoción; así como un espacio destinado a la formación y desarrollo permanente de proyectos, un punto de encuentro expositivo para la sociedad y la cultura del diseño. Un espacio donde los profesionales de la arquitectura, el facility management o el interiorismo, disponen de las herramientas necesarias para llevar a cabo su trabajo, así como lugares desde donde estos profesionales pueden atender, de forma personalizada, a sus propios clientes.

Recientemente Actiu presentó en la sede del Instituto Cervantes de Sidney (Australia), su modelo de negocio como caso de éxito de Industria Sostenible, ante un grupo formado por más de 170 profesionales del diseño y la arquitectura. Mediante una charla bajo el nombre de “¿Quién dice que sostenibilidad y negocios no son compatibles?” Soledad Berbegal, responsable de Comunicación y Estrategia Corporativa de Actiu, explicó el proyecto Parque Tecnológico Actiu, en Alicante, obra del arquitecto José María Tomás Llavador y primer proyecto industrial sostenible de Europa que ha obtenido el
certificado LEED® Gold que otorga el U.S. Green Building Council americano.

Actiu muestra sus productos y filosofía de empresa estos días en Orgatec, en el Hall 09.1, stand B031

 

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