News | 16 Februar 2021

Tactility and smell: design's new senses of direction

Tactility and smell: design's new senses of direction
The health emergency has placed a spotlight on tactility and sense of smell: the quality and standard of hygiene in the air we breathe and on the surfaces we touch.
Touch is one of the hottest topics in the design industry too. The health emergency has placed a spotlight on tactility and sense of smell: the quality and standard of hygiene in the air we breathe and on the surfaces we touch.
Many companies have already risen to the challenge by offering furnishings, surfaces and technological sanitisation systems that cast light onto the active hygiene dimension, in terms of the environment and antibacterial action, of the spaces we will be living in. Dieffebi is ready to go. It turned to AkzoNobel for the supply of antimicrobial powder coatings, which are used in the finishings of its furniture. Find out here about the new products on offer.
Tactility and smell: design's new senses of direction
Tactility and smell: design's new senses of direction
Tactility and smell: design's new senses of direction
Tactility and smell: design's new senses of direction

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