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Flux modular seat

Flux modular seat

Nov 02 2011, 8:00 am 0 Marco Russo

A seat conceived by Italian designer Americo Marco Bottone projected to improve the experience of short and long stops in waiting rooms and public areas of airports and stations. A modular solution, which distorts the sense of anxiety and stress caused by waiting and delays, in a comfortable and relaxing pause, a new way to enjoy breaks. A concept that meets the demands of comfort and necessity of realax by travelers, allowing through a rotation, to tilt the seat in two positions: the first, as an ordinary chair that allows you to read, write and work using laptops or tablet or simply to talk, the second as a chaise longue to relax, rest and lie down, allowing you to alleviate the long waits. Items that are inspired by the term “transformation” and like the waves of the sea, repeat and follow each other in a continuous stream and wave.

Designer: Americo Marco Bottone

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