Dezeen Showroom: Australian model Derlot has launched the Pipeline modular seating system, designed by its founder Alexander Lotersztain to have a particular cylindrical backrest.
Knowledgeable by space-age designs, Pipeline incorporates a snaking backrest that may be configured in a number of methods to create fascinating seating areas.
Pipeline is available in modules with grooves on the rear or throughout the center of the seats the place straight or curved again cushions are positioned, permitting for variations in seating preparations.
“This versatile modularity paired with a minimalist type creates an extremely easy, but iconic design,” stated Lotersztain.
Appropriate for each the house and public environments, Derlot describes Pipeline’s cylindrical cushioning as providing unparalleled consolation in addition to including a novel design factor.
The seating may be paired with the model’s powder-coated metal aspect tables, used both free-standing or nestled between models for a floating impact. There may be additionally the choice to combine energy and USB sockets.
Designer: Alexander Lotersztain
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