mathieu lehanneur: strates desk system for objekten
mathieu lehanneur: strates desk system for objekten
mar 19, 2012

mathieu lehanneur: strates desk system for objekten

strates’ desk system by mathieu lehanneur for objekten




as part of milan design week 2012, ‘belgium is design‘ will present an exhibition entitled ‘perspectives’ at the triennale di milano. the show is set to survey the current state of belgian design and is the result of collaboration with the country’s major design organizations and promoters. ‘perspectives’ reflects on design both on a local and global scale and will be composed of five different themes / scenarios: industrial design, self-produced design (the designer / craftsman), design art (one-off series), social design and design as an ‘open work’ (open source, rapid prototyping). mathieu lehanneur: strates desk system for objekten the desk and shelving unit can be used independently or arranged to form a larger group work space




included in this overview is ‘strates’ by french designer mathieu lehanneur. drawing its name and form on the layered structure of sedimentary rock (stratum), the shelf and desk storage system, developed for belgian furniture brand objekten, is made from high-quality birch plywood. the units are designed in such a way that they can function individually, or be arranged in a group offering a larger communal working surface. ‘strates’ is available in two sizes: strates 148 (148 x 74 x 75 cm) and strates 190 (190 x 74 x 75 cm). mathieu lehanneur: strates desk system for objekten the design draws its name and form on that of layered sedimentary rock, stratum


  • Is this design in bulk production or just a design?We are furniture manufacturer and exporter in China,PLS contact [email protected]

    Henry Zhang
  • absolutely great idea and execution for customizable work stations, temporary or permenant for individuals and/or groups.

    good stuff

  • So clean! I love them.

    né santelmo
  • I like the way the pieces can be assembled, but in my opinion it still needs more work.

  • who is going to dust all those open shelves…?

  • I think that Mathieu Lehanneur should not work with too small manufacturers. This project is clever but sorely lacking in aesthetics. And these renderings sound like a student project.


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