'AK 2' workspace divider lamp by ivan kasner + uli budde for de vorm
 
'AK 2' workspace divider lamp by ivan kasner + uli budde for de vorm 'AK 2' workspace divider lamp by ivan kasner + uli budde for de vorm
jul 04, 2016

'AK 2' workspace divider lamp by ivan kasner + uli budde for de vorm

‘AK 2’ workspace divider lamp by ivan kasner + uli budde for De Vorm

 

 

 

the ‘AK 2’ workspace divider lamp by de vorm has been specifically designed for shared office spaces, reading tables and open offices. the large rectangular design provides privacy, allowing individuals to work in a relaxed and concentrated manner.

de vorm workspace divider lamp AK 2 ivan kasner + uli budde designboom
the ‘AK 2’ uses PET felt made from recycled PET bottles

 

 

 

the versatile lamp designed by ivan kasner and uli budde for de vorm – uses PET felt made from recycled PET bottles. the material is soft, yet a strong durable fabric which is UV stabilized and contains excellent sound absorbing qualities. the ‘AK 2’ shines light on both sides, creating a separate workspace on each side of the divider. the large shape shields users from their environment, providing room for isolation and privacy.

de vorm workspace divider lamp AK 2 ivan kasner + uli budde designboom
PET felt is UV stabilized and contains excellent sound absorbing qualities

de vorm workspace divider lamp AK 2 ivan kasner + uli budde designboom
the ‘AK 2’ creates a separate workspace on each side of the divider

de vorm workspace divider lamp AK 2 ivan kasner + uli budde designboom
the shape shields users from their environment

 

 

 

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edited by: hollie smith | designboom

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