till grosch + bjorn meier's modular furniture system: docks
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aug 25, 2013
till grosch + bjorn meier's modular furniture system: docks


till grosch + björn meier ‘s modular furniture system: docks
all images courtesy of till grosch + björn meier

 
 
 

 

the modular furniture system ‘docks’ by berlin-based designers till grosch and björn meier can be combined in various ways to create different office islands. manufactured by ophelis, the communal piece of furniture functions both as an interface for meeting places, as well as a retreat for relaxation and concentration. the individual modules can be arranged independently, and be used either to provide acoustic and visual privacy, or to create open-plan meeting areas. offering a variety of possible combinations, the elements are extremely flexible and versatile. included cable channels allow for complete electrification and grid connection without cluttering the surrounding spaces. the elements are uniquely designed to match the dimensions of ophelis furniture, so that shelves and cabinets can be integrated seamlessly.

 

 


docks

 

 


docks are islands in the office

 

 


docks is one common furniture piece that can be applied to multiple situations

 

 


a retreat for relaxation and concentration

 

 


docks provides transition and connection

 

 


high tables are also part of the modular system

 

 


high table with media integration

 

 


central venue island

 

 


lamps and side tables can be docked by slotted panels,  becoming an integral part of the furniture islands

 

 


the elements are all uniquely designed

 

 


upholstery detail

 

 

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