Dezeen Showroom: Italian studio Orlandini Design sought to deliver a lighter fashion of furnishing into govt places of work with the Arqus desk, created for Narbutas.
A part of the Arqus assortment, the Arqus desk was designed as a counterpoint to the strong and heavy furnishings that dominates govt workspace design and as an alternative options mild strains and distinctive steel legs.
“My purpose was to replace the manager space and the associated furnishing parts, by sustaining the consultant significance however conferring it with lightness and dynamism,” stated Orlandini Design founder Folco Orlandini.
In accordance with Narbutas, the “expressive” steel leg and the optionally uneven desktop form symbolize the supervisor’s capability to adapt to altering circumstances and take a look at conditions from a unique angle.
The Arqus desk can be accessible in an L-shaped model, with a hard and fast pedestal to the proper or left of the desk containing cabinets and drawers for storage.
The desktop is made from veneered chipboard, and is 96 per cent disassemblable and recyclable, in line with Narbutas.
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