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Vario conclusion table wall system. Klaus michel.

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Light, transparency and surfaces of liberal dimensions are the hallmarks of modern architecture. The design of the Vario Conclusion table wall system is based on the idea that this genre of generous architecture requires a rational structure if it is to succeed in a work environment. The driving force behind the design set out to make people feel comfortable and safe at work and offer them privacy as well as visual and acoustic screening while, at the same time, integrating all possible work configurations. The design of Vario Conclusion does this with a coherent basic concept: a wall system and a selection of tables are used to create a formal and functional unit and thereby create the basis for variable configurations. 50 mm thick wall elements with a simple, pared-down appearance, in combination with slim worktops, lend the system its own clear design vocabulary. As Vario Conclusion’s walls come in four heights and include additional elements that can be used to extend the system, it is possible to set up numerous different arrangements in the work area. The system’s tables can easily be joined together to form work stations for two or more people during group work or informal meetings. This table wall system is equipped with a mechanism that is intuitive to use and allows for trouble-free restructuring. In addition to mechanical height-adjustment of the work surface, the system can also be fitted with an electric motor.

designer: klaus michel.
producer: vario
period: 2011
award: red dot 2012

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Object ID: 20721
Category/function: awards · home office · Producer L > Z · work surfaces

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