One of the new features Dileoffice introduced in 2013 is Slastic, a true commitment to design and definitive company consolidation in Contract sector.
Slastic is the answer to a growing demand, a point of view based in the idea that providing a solution to a space is not only put on it concrete furniture, it’s about creating environments and providing a comprehensive response to the needs of companies in the use and optimizing your space.
Slastic is a new concept of modular armchairs, modular seats and backs can be arranged outwards inwards or straight. This extreme modularity makes it a chair fully adaptable to any space.
The way businesses communicate has evolved greatly in recent years and the furniture plays a crucial role as part of their corporate image. New times demand flexibility and Slastic meets this need.
Those areas of a company responsible for receiving customer waiting rooms and reception are the first visual impact that the customer has of the company.
Slastic responds therefore to a dual function: to receive and welcome the customer, make feel comfortable, and secondly, to provide the message that the company wants to convey according to his image. Any waiting room is part of the corporate image.
The waiting areas are no longer cold those places tended not such important aspects as comfort. These areas have become environments prevail warmth and comfort. Dileoffice, with Slastic Armchair provides an atmosphere of warmth and real comfort.
But Slastic also includes a tradition in terms of manufacturing processes and welfare care and ergonomics. Herein lies the quality of this product, any knowledge about ergonomic systems, focused and developed in this chair.
The modularity, flexibility and adaptability make Slastic in an armchair that optimizes all types of spaces: offices, hotels, studies… Dileoffice knows that the commercial use of space is a very important variable for the company.
The element that brings comfort and image optimization, is design. Slastic, designed by Rafa Ortega, focused on real needs and current circumstances, it is an achievement to adapt to new circumstances in a simple and affordable
In a changing world, the products also have to change-Otl Aicher