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Industry Apparel & Accessories Stores
Media Film, Direct marketing
Market Italy
Agency Publicis Italy
Chief Creative Officer Cristiana Boccassini
Creative Director Milos Obradovic, Mihnea Gheorghiu
Art Director Giovanni Greco
Copywriter Enrico Pasquino
Production Bedeschifilm
Director Tommaso Pitta
Released May 2018

Credits & Description

Client: Diesel
Agency: Publicis Italy
Global Chief Creative Officer Publicis WW e Ceo Publicis Italy: Bruno Bertelli
Chief Creative Officer: Cristiana Boccassini
Global Digital Creative Directors: Milos Obradovic, Mihnea Gheorghiu
Creative Supervisor: Simone Di Laus
Art Director: Giovanni Greco
Copywriter: Enrico Pasquino
Client Service Director: Barbara Pusca
Account Team: Camilla Poli, Giuseppe Esposito
Social Media Manager: Filippo Festuccia
Agency Executive Producer: Silvia Cattaneo
Agency Producer: Isabella Guazzone
Production Company: Bedeschi Film
Director: Tommaso Pitta
Executive Producer: Federico Salvi
Producer: Diana Passoni
Post production: Bedeschi Film
Published: May 2018
“I really love meetings,” said no one, ever.
At Diesel HQ, endless meetings are no longer a problem. Developed by Publicis Italy, Diesel is announcing the debut of “The Capsule,” a prototypical new meeting room designed to keep conference and gathering times to an absolute minimum.
Diesel announces the debut of “The Capsule,” a prototypical new (and purposefully uncomfortable) meeting room designed to keep conference and gathering times to an absolute minimum. The idea—spurred by the statistic that the average office worker spends around 9,000 hours in meetings during his career lifespan, in which 50% of the time is squandered according to The Guardian—was ultimately put into action by Diesel founder Renzo Rosso’s experience and ethos: “The best decisions I’ve ever made were quick”.
Premiering at Milan’s Wired Next Fest on May 25, the experimental room is made not to promote the norm, but rather, to expedite the decision-making discussions and processes that are so often unnecessarily drawn out during assemblies. Fifteen minutes is the maximum time (there’s a countdown clock); the cramped, unembellished space forces the group to get right to the point. The end result? More freedom; when choices are made quickly, there’s more time to enjoy life. This is an ultimate benefit of working for Diesel—the company continues with its progressive attitude towards an efficient work-life balance. It’s where the mantra “For Successful Living” was born. 
The Capsule will be built as a set at Wired Next Fest, in which patrons will create video content to be published during the activation. Additionally, Diesel will also invite other entities—through LinkedIn, HR departments, and other companies to suggest creative ways to shorten the office meeting. 
The project has been developed by Publicis Italy.