Runway by busk+hertzog for Globe Zero 4

June 22nd, 2011 by retail design blog

Runway is a brand new concept within furniture for waiting-, public- and reception areas. By just a few elements this system allows you to create unique, homorganic and graphic units. Alternatively these universal units can be put together in larger and in principal endless setups in large public spaces. The unit’s individual angles and the slim lines ads a very dynamic impression and you get the impression that the units are moving in the open space. Designed with the idea that these freestanding elements should be positioned in open spaces where the asymmetry of the furniture will break the architectural lines of the room. Seen from above the units create graphic impressions that interact with the details of the contemporary architecture. A high level of individualism is supported by the endless combination possibilities in choice of fabrics, colours, contrast stitching etc. The angled sides contribute not only to a dynamic expression but also for function and practicality in the concept of protection from shoe marks and dirt plus easy ergonomics when rising from the seat.

Designer busk+hertzog
Manufacturer: http://www.globezero4.dk/











http://www.architonic.com/pmsht/runway-globe-zero-4/1139315

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