osko + deichmann: plot modular seating for brunner
osko + deichmann: plot modular seating for brunner osko + deichmann: plot modular seating for brunner
apr 13, 2012

osko + deichmann: plot modular seating for brunner

‘plot’ by osko + deichmann for brunner all images © michael tewes

berlin-based design studio osko + deichmann exhibits ‘plot’, their new seating landscape for german producer brunner at salone del mobile during milan design week 2012. composed of identical modules, each part is made of a block base. to this, streamlined cushions of various heights and colors can be added for seating, backrests and arms. the flexibility and versatility of the collection make it ideal for institutional, commercial as well as residential spaces.

the back consists of modular blocks on angled poles 

the size of the base has been set in order to make various combinations possible 

different height cushions can be rearranged according to the preference of the user

the flexible arrangements are functional in both a domestic and public setting

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