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Homework seating collection by Alexander Lotersztain for Derlot

Homework seating collection by Alexander Lotersztain for Derlot

Dezeen Showroom: designed by Derlot founder Alexander Lotersztain, the Homework collection features modular seating and workbooths designed to bring a feeling of comfort to the office.

The Homework collection contains a wide range of linkable elements, which are all characterised by their tactile blending of upholstery and wood.

Close-up on a high-backed double seater unit and a low-backed single seater unit in the Homework collection by Derlot
The Homework collection combines upholstery and wooden elements

The collection includes 90-degree curved units to make a ring of seating around a table, 60-degree angled units for interesting layouts, workstations for focused work and booths to accommodate small meetings.

Seating units are available with no backs, low backs or high backs — the high with optional bar tables at the rear, creating a bonus casual seating area or stand-up desk.

Close-up on the high seating unit with back table and bar stools in Derlot's Homework collection
The wide range of units includes a sofa with integrated bar seating behind

The Homework collection comes upholstered in any fabric or leather of the customer's choosing, and with legs and tabletops in either American oak, black stained American oak or American Walnut. Integrated power units are optional.

"Marrying functionality, simplicity and contemporary design aesthetics, Homework embraces the compound nature of its name by challenging the relevance of clear-cut workspaces and bringing a feeling of home to work," said Derlot.

Product: Homework
Designer: Alexander Lotersztain
Brand: Derlot
Contact: [email protected]

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