Matteo Cibic Fancifies Your Covid-Socializing Experience

Italian Designer Matteo Cibic released a series of Covid-proofing systems that are difficult to miss. His latest collection called COV – A fancy transparent socializing panels collection exudes luxury ambiance where safety and precaution meets contemporary glam.

Most products being released in the market nowadays focus on safety and hygiene without enhancing sensorial and well-being factors of the consumers. The practicality of using plain materials and application of acrylic sheets as stands, dividers, and boxes, are very much the conventional approach but are too clinical for a dining or socializing experience.

The need for mood-enhancement and design innovation to lessen fear and anxiety from the pandemic is what Matteo Cibic applied in his latest collection. The pieces are designed to enhance the ambiance and aesthetic value of an interior space without sacrificing function and purpose in the Covid era. Borrowed from different design styles, Cibic contemporized some elements from Art Deco and Italian design identities making his collection up-to-date and appropriate for the current contemporary interiors in the city.

Flaneur Room Divider – A transparent screen divider for bars, restaurants, hair saloons.

Solanio – Room Divider

Butterfly Restaurant Divider – A transparent screen divider for bars, restaurants, hair saloons.

Wave Transparent Room Divider – A transparent screen divider for bars, restaurants, hair saloons, clubs.

Cov Desk Partition – A transparent partition for office desks.

Cov Reception Desk Screen Divider – An elegant transparent partition for reception desks.

Cov Dining Table Divider – An elegant transparent screen for a dining table.

Do these pieces help make your safety experience a lot more holistic? Would you use these in your commercial spaces for added luxury ambiance? Let us know!


Check out more designs & products from Matteo Cibic

www.matteocibicstudio.com

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