Recent projects

Atelier Aires Mateus
Lisbon – Portugal

Tables with structure and legs in 30mm square section tube with tops, conducts and lids to access cables in steel plate. Cupboards entirely made of steel sheet with and without doors and different heights. CPU supports in steel plate with multidirectional wheels. All sheet metal components coated with epoxy powder paint.

Lisbon – Portugal

Designed by Amanda Levete Architects the museum offers about 7000m2 intended to extend Lisbon cultural offer in a building that proposes a new relationship between the city and the Tejo river.
Mainly made of steel sheet, MDF, Corian® and glass we highlight the equipment edited by Iduna:

– The large reception desk integrates various ticket office support equipment and screens for visitor information.
– Among the museum shop equipment are…

Le Volcan
Le Havre – France

The “Volcano” designed by the architect Oscar Niemeyer and inaugurated in 1982, reopened in 2015 after 3 and a half years of renovation. The components manufactured by Iduna adopt the characteristic curve of the architecture. The Nova steel shelves and the book storage/transport trolleys are a clear example of this relationship with the space. Also highlighted are the custom-made organic design of the tables exemplifying a proximity to the architecture that is very characteristic of our identity.

Granollers, Barcelona – Spain

Museo de Granollers reading and bibliographic consultation area. Development of Nova shelving system in steel sheet with colourless finish and sliding glass doors. Nester table with casters and foldaway top. Steel sheet Arpa cupboards with colourless finish, perforated sliding doors with acoustic canvas applied to inner face.


A Iduna Collection product

A return to the Ope system, highlighting the optimisation of components so as to make available a greater range of configurations and new top adjustment possibilities with height regulation and gradeability.

Bench and table

Bench and table developed in curved aluminum for a restaurant space.

Work in progress

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