As a result of its high level of liveability and flexible design, this module can indeed be transformed and relocated. The study of proportions and relations with the support base results in the creation of a dynamic, solid and pleasant system. The same components can be reused in new ways and relocated.
Lago systems could be adapted to the module in a natural way, as a result of the concept underlying Capsule, namely it being so modular, flexible and repeatable..
The design operation was mainly focused on a schedule of display and containment items based on the Air (Air Shelf and Air Storage) system that can be freely tailored to customer needs. By studying some repeatable basic compositions as well as using 36e8 shelves or containers, and selecting certain heights for glass sets, all the required functions - from displays in open compartments to closed containment, from housing screens or monitors to using containers as auxiliary desks if needed - could be fulfilled, thus generating room partitions and elements resting on walls, even with windows, depending on the type of location. All solutions can be modified and repositioned and do not impact the building enclosure in any way, since Air is a self-supporting system. The design operation is completed by a series of components such as the reception desk, the meeting area furniture, the Obeliscus poufs made to measure to be placed in Air module compartments, and two types of tables built into the walls of the Capsule module, thus making it possible to perceive the integration of mobile items as a single design action.