iratzoki lizaso's modular heldu working tables for alki
 

iratzoki lizaso's modular heldu working tables for alki


maison et objet: designed by iratzoki lizaso studio, the heldu working tables for french furniture workshop alki come in different modules that can be joined together to create and furnish a flexible office space.
the collection includes oak and leather products that will be showcased during the maison et objet 2017 january edition in paris.

iratzoki lizaso heldu working tables alki designboom
different modules of table surfaces can be joined together to create a variable length platform

 

 

iratzoki lizaso‘s heldu working tables for alki at maison et objet 2017  include mobile partitions that enable workstations to be laid out quickly and effectively, according to people’s requirements. electric wires run along the axis in a metal cable tray, and power sockets are hidden by wooden and leather blocks. a desk lamp and tidy can also be fitted in the cavity while vertical tabletop partitions complete the collection and enable space to be organized accordingly. finally, in respect to the choice of materials, the oak and leather finishings echo the realm of a traditional office while still providing a contemporary layer to the design. 

iratzoki lizaso heldu working tables alki designboom
mobile partitions enable workstations to be laid out quickly, according to working requirements

iratzoki lizaso heldu working tables alki designboom
power sockets are hidden by wooden and leather blocks

iratzoki lizaso heldu working tables alki designboom
a desk lamp and tidy can also be fitted in the cavity

iratzoki lizaso heldu working tables alki designboom
the oak and leather finishings echo the realm of a traditional office

iratzoki lizaso heldu working tables alki designboom
the table top can be stratified in black or white fenix

iratzoki lizaso heldu working tables alki designboom
mobile partitions enable workstations to be laid out quickly according to working requirements

 

 

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