Bussu School Furniture

The school grows with you

Bussu furniture is not based on the realization of a single element, that is a bench or a chair, but it is a new one innovative “total” furnishing system characterized by a perfect integration between traditional and other counters easily configurable with the maximum freedom of customization in the elevations and in the dimensions, allowing the system to change over time, easily adapting to the teaching needs. The designe combines with other performances in terms of structural solidity, ergonomics, comfort and safety. The clover bench is the only one in Italy to construct height adjustments over 20 cm and practically infinite availability. A furnishing with absolute technical innovations capable of arousing emotions.

"Construction is to keep up: Architecture is to move."
Le Corbusier

cloversystem is a “building machine”: an unique architectural system comprising various shapes that can be arranged in a three-dimensional way. It effi ciently adapts to the changing need for organizing space and interaction amongst colleagues. The system thus becomes a true creator of planned layouts that facilitate the diff erent ways of establishing interpersonal relations.

Unstructured work

Thanks to its modular characteristics, the system allows extremely creative open space layouts to be planned, workstations dedicated to an infi nite variety
of functions to be organized, while preserving the stylistic and formal unity of the cloversystem sch ool landscape. Accessories like freestanding room divider
screens can be used to form tailor-made private school areas and to respond in real time to the need to organize both space and workstations in a fl exible way.

The room divider screens are mobile partition walls designed to re-defi ne the areas whenever required and to create offi ces or private rooms where the focus is on privacy.

Working linear

Structural components, like the beam or the accessory bar, become active elements for fi ling, wiring management, bearing light fi ttings and computer
screens. The individual staff members can then get the most out of their worktops. These innovating features become especially effi cient in the classic linear confi guration, where optimizing space and functionality are of fundamental importance.
The beam and the accessory bar become an active support for the various accessories of the workstations: lamps, computer screen brackets, paper trays, open cabinets or versions with doors. The fi ling capacity can be increased to an even further extent with the addition of integrated cabinets built to
the ends of the bench structures.


Cloversystem is a three-dimensional architectural system that provides an infi nite variety of layout planning solutions. The central axis established by the structure with the clover-leaf section allows the various components to interconnect and develop, therefore forming a construction that expands in an infi nite array of shapes and colours. One of the principal features is the
new structural beam that develops the system in the vertical direction and allows true rooms to be created. The bearing structures of the tables and the posts for the panels are made of tubular steel, stove-enamelled in
the narcissus white and nickel colours.

Split and Accessorize

The system allows the workstations to be divided in a number of ways. A wide range of colours and materials (fabrics, methacrylates, MFC Melamine, clear glass, metals) transforms the screens into elements of style that
characterize the offi ce landscape. The planning philosophy of cloversystem is inspired by criteria like space optimizing and integration into the metal
structure of as many accessories as possible, from computer screens to lamps and various types of storage racks and containers. The system gets the most out of the available space, as well as ensuring orderly and rational use of the workstations.


Cloversystem off ers a selection of integrated fi ling solutions. Practical containers built into the beam or accessory bar convert otherwise unused space into a precious storage area for fi ling and “active” space management. As well as the integrated cabinets, the system also includes a comprehensive array of freely usable fi lesystem storage units comprising various
types of cabinets with doors and satellite elements on wheels featuring a plain but recognizable design. The wide range of dimensions and fi nishes, the fl exibility of the diff erent way they can be posizionated make these storage units ideal for single or linear workstations as well as for all the types of layouts.


Cloversystem is mostly made of recycled and recyclablematerials (wood, steel, aluminium). The manufacturing processes of all components guarantee the least possible impact on the environment. The furnishings are extremely long-lasting thanks to the high quality of the raw materials used and the ease with which the system can be rearranged. At the end of its life cycle, 95% of the materials used for cloversystem can be disposed and recycled. All the components can be dismantled correctly because they comprise simple basic elements that can be easily disassembled.

Ergonomics and comfort

The workstation is the place where people spend most of their time. Besides the strictly functional aspects, cloversystem has been designed with special attention to comfort and ergonomics so as to facilitate the users’ movements and use of the work-space. Since they are equipable, the beam and the accessory bar allow all the user needs for work (computer screen, lamps, cabinets and other accessories) to be set at the correct distance, in accordance with ergonomics requirements.

Materials and Finishes

Cloversystem’s catalogue of materials and finishes presents a wide selection of materials of the highest quality which provide the interior decorator with an interesting assortment of chromatic, tactile and textural eff ects that characterize all the room settings with creative fl air, allowing tailor-made solutions to be
designed and customized to suit the most diff erent requirements as to organization and style.


Just a few basic modular elements (panel, shelf, top, screen and beam) that can be mixed and matched to create an infi nite number of solutions, allow the available space to be planned to suit the most diff erent organizational and interpersonal requirements. Therefore the workstations can be arranged in layouts that are always functional and customized to the customer’s
needs. The sturdy beam element allows the structures to develop in the vertical direction, thus achieving an “intensive” and rational use of the available space.