LEAN cupboard S texframe

designed by 13&9 design study, lead by Martin Lesjak.

LEAN is multifunctional furniture system that responds to the needs of a contemporary workday-life, stimula-ting both body and mind, while overlaying different functions in the office environment. With the aim to avoid sitting for long periods of time while working, this modular furniture arrangement provides a dynamic exchan-ge between sitting, standing and leaning to encourage movement and posture change as well as provide social interaction.
By developing versatile ergonomic uses, the system allows comfortable standing or elevated seating. The designs are ideal for leaning and lounging, and the furniture invites people to move out of the static sitting routine during temporary working, relaxing, phoning, meeting and communicating.
LEAN reflects harmony between work, individual well-being, group gathering and “standing / leaning meetings”, thus creating an unconventional and multifaceted usage of furniture in fu-ture office landscapes.

 

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Description

The combinable modules include storage, acoustic and lighting possibilities and can be arranged linearly to serve as a room divider or as islands in a variety of sizes. The furniture system offers the most optimized usage and playful layout of a space.

 

Cupboard in mdf with high doors in Valchromat mdf.

Valchromat is an innovative product that combines the natural features of wood to the brightness of colours and, because of its unique flexibility, allows exploring the third dimension, the beauty of textures and the best of engineering.

Valchromat is not MDF. It is an evolution of the MDF.

The added value of Valchromat comes not only from colour but also from its distinctive composition and manufacturing process.
It is a wood fibre panel coloured throughout, where fibres are coloured individually, impregnated with organic dyes and bonded together by a special resin which gives Valchromat unique physic and mechanical features.

It is an evolution of MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) and is clearly superior to coloured MDF.

Main differences:

  • It is moisture resistant
  • It has greater internal cohesion and, therefore, higher mechanical strength
  • It allows working in three dimensions – mechanization
  • It has greater resistance to bending
  • It requires less effort of finish
  • It ensures a lower abrasion of tools

 

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