As in Ovid’s Metamorphoses, the image of the manager has undergone drastic transformation. The relevant codes and usual references to places and schedules have gradually become diluted and the modern manager lives in the flow of events.
THE MANAGER HAS DE-STRUCTURED.
Designer Egidio Panzera’s decor for executive offices is conceived to adopt this virtuous process.
Derridà is a made-to-measure system for a manager who has no measure.
At least not a stable measure that’s valid for everything. Derridà has no fixed ideas, everything can be composed in different areas and configurations around a central load-bearing wall. Only rhythm counts.
It has no set forms or styles. Only good looks, sensations and senses count.
It has no visible technology. Only function counts.
Derridà is never permanently open or permanently closed: as in Cartier-Bresson’s photographs, only the ‘decisive moment’ counts.
DERRIDÀ HAS DE-STRUCTURED.