Eitherland’s outdoor workspaces can be divided in four major structures – “Leaf”, “Stream”, “Pole” and “Pavillion” – with each serving different purpose and varying in size and in function.
Just like a stream that flows along the banks, this structure can curve or run straight. It can stay compact or expand infinitely in both directions. Stream allows for the design of intricate forms that are both beautiful when seen from above and practical when working inside.
The leaf element has been designed to delineate and enclose the space while creating a feeling of safety and intimacy. The leaf number can range from two (for open structures) to seven (for more enclosed, private settings).
Clean lines of the Pole structures place emphasis on symmetry, proportion and natural lighting. They abide by the ideal that form follows function, eschewing any unnecessary design details and offering protection from weather elements.
Being lighter weight Pavilions can be easily adapted to any architectural context and offer unlimited customization options in terms of covers (from alucobond to fabric), size (from 4 to 8 people) and furnishings (free standing or fixed).
Engineered to provide shade and shelter from the nature elements, noise pollution and distractions, these side panels create a rich backdrop to your work.
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METALCO WORKPLACES S.R.L.
Via della Fornace 44
31023 Castelminio di Resana (TV), Italy