Dezeen Showroom: Australian designer Alexander Lotersztain and his model Derlot have mixed acoustic properties with adaptable seating for work and faculty environments within the Plega stool and benches.
Made from Autex Acoustics’ CubeTM materials – a thick felt sound-dampening panel – the Plega collection options an interesting and sensible design that folds up and slots collectively from flat-pack.
The cuboid stools and benches are designed for use as versatile furnishings objects in dynamic settings, the place the light-weight seats might be grouped collectively rapidly for workforce huddles and actions.
The CubeTM panels are made from compressed polyester felt with 60 per cent recycled content material, and Plega comes with certifications by WELL, LEED, Inexperienced Star and BREEAM for its excessive environmental efficiency.
“Past sustainability, these stools and benches encapsulate a harmonious mix of adaptability and kind, catering to the dynamic necessities of academic and company areas,” mentioned Derlot.
The Plega seating is obtainable in a curated collection of smooth or muted colors, and each grownup and child sizes can be found.
The images is by Florian Groehn.
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