Coral Seating by Studio Aisslinger

June 13th, 2011 by retail design blog

In the age of a collage-living scenario the coral modules are a transparant and open kind of geodetic structure with a strong sculptural appearance. Influenced by the shapes of microorganisms of marine life the overall shape is a multiple duplikation of submodules which create the CORAL shape. The edition is created by studio aisslinger and launched in 2009. Build of an addition of hexagon funnels which are an hybrid of felt and polycarbon hexagons comfortable and elastic seating modules in various shapes are created.

Team: Studio Aisslinger
material: felt & polycarbon sandwhich-modules in various coulour combinations
sizes: diameter from 75 to 130 cm height 38 – 46 cm

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