Parco – The rest zone for social distancing, by NOW the design studio

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You might hesitate in asking the person next to you to move a little. And there are many out there who would soon forget to maintain distance.
As social distancing is now a new way of living, book your Parco seater now!

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NOW’S patented designer products to help your staff/ visitors maintain distance and wait without exposing themselves to risk.
Parco offers personal space with a sanitizer, tissue roll, charging point, seat disposable, basket and bin in each section.

 

 

Parco is a 4 seater rest zone which is meant to sit with legs stretched especially in commercial areas. It is meant for places like malls, offices, hospitals, airports, libraries, hotels, children’s park, exhibition ground, trade centres, gardens, resorts etc. It can be used indoor or outdoor.

Parco means Park in Italian. It is inspired by the nostalgic feeling of sitting under a tree with legs stretched in a park.

Parco’s purpose is to give a person relaxation, a feeling of being close to nature, sit with legs stretched and have a personal space, a sense of privacy despite being in a public space. It has 4 partitions or wings to divide individual/ isolate space.

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It can be highly customised as per user needs. The following can be added:-

1) A side table can be attached to it for charging phones, laptops, a space to keep kindle or e-notebooks.

2) A moveable table to eat or write & read.

3) A hook to tie leash of their pet.

4) There can be inbuilt music system.

5) Also solar light in the centre where there is space for the planter and concealed lights below the seater adds to the sensory experience of the product.

Materials – It can be made in economic materials like steel for railway stations, plywood, plyboard and Mdf or can be made inexpensive outdoor wood like pine and HDPE.

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Parco has a cantilever structure and can take up to 400kgs of weight. It can be put against a planter/ column/ pole in the centre. It is a fit to install the product and comes in 10 components.

 

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Materials – It can be made in economic materials like steel for railway stations, plywood, plyboard and Mdf or can be made inexpensive outdoor wood like pine and HDPE.

Parco is a need driven design product. Commercial spaces lack a place where one can sit with there legs stretched and have privacy. It is truly designed to fill the gap of sitting comfortably in a public space.

It’s a design patent.

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