Modern Bookcase in Milano Centro

La libreria a muro, realizzata dalla Semprelegno con materiali di altissima qualità, finitura laccato opaco è un'istallazione dalle dimensioni notevoli, con porte scorrevoli interne a scomparsa che divide la zona pranzo dal living room (angolo conversazione).
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Roberta del Vaglio added this to Why We're Falling in Love With Touchless Tech26 May 2021

Therefore, in the near future, not only will there be no need to press a button to activate our appliances, but the appliances themselves will know when and how to turn on.Marco gives an example: “At the end of my workday, I leave the office and my smartphone uses geolocation to tell my home heating system to turn on, so that my home environment will be at the right temperature when I arrive. Comfort and the optimisation fo energy consumption are in fact the true drivers of this technology.”Coming back home from the office is just a typical situation that serves to show us how, without touching and even (almost) without thinking, our relationship with home devices involves fewer and fewer interactions.Read more:Smart Technology: How to Have a Hi-Tech BedroomShould You Get a Smart Toilet?Tell us:What do you think of touchless tech?

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La porta scorrevole doppia e le mensole irregolare

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La libreria che circonda la porta

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