Pipeline modular seating by Alexander Lotersztain for Derlot
Dezeen Showroom: Australian brand Derlot has released the Pipeline modular seating system, designed by its founder Alexander Lotersztain to have a distinctive cylindrical backrest.
Informed by space-age designs, Pipeline features a snaking backrest that can be configured in multiple ways to create interesting seating areas.
Pipeline comes in modules with grooves at the rear or across the middle of the seats where straight or curved back cushions are placed, allowing for variations in seating arrangements.
"This flexible modularity paired with a minimalist form creates an incredibly simple, yet iconic design," said Lotersztain.
Suitable for both the home and public environments, Derlot describes Pipeline's cylindrical cushioning as offering unparalleled comfort as well as adding a unique design element.
The seating can be paired with the brand's powder-coated steel side tables, used either free-standing or nestled between units for a floating effect. There is also the option to integrate power and USB sockets.
Designer: Alexander Lotersztain
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