Collaborative Room, phone booths and meeting Pods for Open Plan Offices
A wide range of seats designed for the office environment in compliance with ergonomics and safety standards. This collection of seats is characterized by a fully upholstered back and a seat contai
Baobab round and Baobab square are versatile sharing tables equipped with spacious worktops able to accommodate up to 8 people in single or shared workstations.
Designed by Arnaldo Gamba and Estel Design. A surprising pick-shaped desk 80x60x85 cm, combined with a pouf with an adjustable backrest.
An armchair with soft shapes, very comfortable thanks to the polyurethane foam padding.
The Lucignolo coffee table-lampe designed by Alessandro Scandurra for Estel, is a nice corner table with opaque lamp. Bronze, brass or pewter metal finish and lacquered top.
Closet 22 collection gathers all the experience gained by Estel in more than 80 years of experience as wardrobe manufacturer: the array is composed by both single or two-doors wardrobe columns avai
Caddy is the new mobile workstation developed by Estel: the compact structure collects numerous useful functions in smart work contexts.
System of bookcases and storage units in free standing version (H. 145/200 cm) or from floor to ceiling.
Squidd is the new desk for Home Office designed by Francesco Favaretto and Estel Design, suitable for any room in the house.
A collection with a vintage flavor of comfortable armchairs and sofas (with two or three seats), suitable for living contexts or contract projects thanks to the compact dimensions.
Grand More Sharing
The Grand More Sharing meeting table, thanks to a functional lift panel, can quickly become six / eight personal workstations.
The Star System collection consists of chairs, armchairs, tables, coffee tables, trolleys and stools.
New stool designed by Francesco Favaretto, part of the Squid collection.
Ranging from the simplicity of the lounge column to the versatility of the company cafeteria, “Coffice” offers a wide range of solutions thanks to its modularity and adaptability.