Its simple composition makes the chair appropriate for dining, living and working in both private and contract interiors, with a spectrum of finish options for its back, seat and base.
Plan Chair was recently featured on Dezeen Showroom, alongside a reissued modular seating system originally designed in the 1970s and a gaming booth that can also be used for home working and learning.
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A singular segment can sit solitarily as an armchair or alternatively can be paired with other modules and poufs via connectors to create bespoke seating systems.
The pod features a desk with ample space for monitors as well as shelving and storage, and when closed resembles a large cabinet.
Its distinctive appearance allows it to be used alone in a domestic interior as well as en masse in contract environments, where its ability to stack together becomes useful for storage.
Scandinavian design brand NOOE has released a range of desk accessories that aim to foster productivity by reducing workspace clutter.
Config01 includes a laptop stand, mobile phone stand, desk rug, desk tray and cable organiser with elements made from suede, aluminium and natural American walnut.
The chair is recyclable, stackable and available in black, white, traffic red, pure orange, yellow green or light blue.
Spanish brand Arcana aims to mimic the look of high-quality marble in their Doinyo tile collection.
The tiles are characterised by their grey, blue and beige shades as well as inclusions and veining typical of natural marble, which are digitally printed onto the tiles' surface.
The fabric, which aims to become "a new take on tweed" according to the brand, is available in 15 colourways.
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