Longo Storage Unit by Actiu
The Longo collection, designed by Ramos & Bassols, is characterised by its fusion of soft seating with offices through a platform that has a robust structure and a light aspect which connects and ramifies a multitude of modules in the one space. Its compositional nature, its flexibility and versatility enable it to plot working settings that are more pleasant, open and sustained, as well as all types of combination that adapt to the needs of each space.
Longo recently won a prize in Chicago in what was its first time participating in NeoCon, winning the Gold accolade of “The Best of NeoCon” in the “Lounge Furniture Collections” category. Now at Orgatec, Actiu will show all of the components in this family and will offer new solutions: Longo Nomada, a range of sofas and armchairs, which are both collective and independent and which add to the operational and managerial desks; storage solutions such as storage units or bookshelves, and; sound-proofing attachments and panelling. Longo is the perfect tool for creating mini-architecture in work spaces and adjusting the equipment’s requirements with the same style, as well as a strong minimalist and elegant presence.
STORAGE efficient LONGO storage do not impede visually and provide an efficient solution for daily storage, self-configuring and modular.
MFC Top Cover 19 mm thickness.
MFC base, 19 mm thickness.
MFC Vertical Separators 19 mm thickness, Back panel 16 mm thickness.
Shelves 19 mm thickness.
Glass sliding door in White or Black Glass 10 mm.
Thermoplastic runner inserted in the base. Plane base without any obstacle.
Die Cast profiles in White, Black, Silver and Polished Finishes.
Die Cast union squares in White, Black, Silver and Polished.
Die Cast aluminum feet in White, Black and silver finishes with PVC anti-skid pad.
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Actiu is a leading Spanish furniture manufacturer operating in more than 50 countries. Actiu started as a family company in the Alicante region in Spain and specialises in creating furniture for work and public spaces. Actiu products are born from constant investment in Research and Development and collaboration with design professionals.
Through Actiu’s experience as a manufacturer, it has combined its flair for assimilating new technologies and strong investment in production capabilities to develop real skill and accuracy when working with primary materials such as aluminium, steel or glass and compounded materials such as mfc, fabrics, thermoplastics and composites.
The company’s speed and flexibility allow it to launch new products in a short period of time, while the production system can perform with the same efficiency for large projects and small orders.
Actiu products are produced at their state of the art production facility at the Actiu Technology Park.
The design by Jose Maria Tomas LLavador, was based on sustainability and self- sufficient use of natural resources and includes Europe’s largest rooftop photovoltaic plant with state-of- the-art technology and an output of 7 million kWh of solar energy.
Sustainability and the Environment are top of mind at Actiu. Their responsibility to the environment goes further than researching and developing new technologies to reduce environmental impact, Actiu is actively involved in many activities to conserve the environment.
Actiu provides flexible cost effective solutions with the added reassurance of knowing that the products have been produced in a sustainable way.
About the designer
Ramos & Bassols
The study Ramos Bassols was founded in 2004 by David Ramos Tarrès and Jordi Bassols Borrell.
After working in the design and product development for many years their range has achieved a great variety: furniture, objects, lighting and landscaping.
They have received numerous awards:
6 selections of products for ADI – FAD
First Prize at the Furniture Fair, Madrid, 2002, for the armchair Noruega.
First prize in the design competition Manacor, 2005 for the table Up & Down.
A special mention for the award of street furniture for the old town of Alaba, 2005, Time series.
They are currently teaching at the Escuela Superior de Diseno Sabadell, ESDI.