Posts Tagged ‘public environments’

Firstcall chair by Ruud van de Wier for Easy-Noisecontrol

May 15th, 2014

The form is based on the recognizable and classic shape of an old phone, so that when sitting in it the surrounding noise is muted. The quiet space enables people to make calls in office or public environments, ensuring that they can concentrate despite being surrounded by noisy situations.

Design Studio HQ by Archer Architects, London

February 4th, 2013

The brief centred around the need for a large flexible and stimulating studio encompassing a number of specific, multi-valiant, supporting spaces; comprising secure and open project rooms, a studio gathering and product display environment, a convergence demonstration facility, observation space and project rooms.

Chat stools by Nadadora for Sancal

October 24th, 2011

Chat is a collection of poufs and stools conceived as a complement for home-like environments, that enables the creation of common places in collective spaces. It is the most appropriate piece of furniture to create intimate areas in public environments.

WALLSTIX visual and acoustic panels

August 10th, 2011

WALLSTIX are “not for your eyes only”, these visual attractive decoration wall panels are performers in noise control and contribute to better acoustics. WALLSTIX are designed to help control disturbing reflections of environmental sounds. They are the ideal solution for both home and public environments like offices, hotels, shops, restaurants, libraries, etc.