System Furniture Design By: London Hampshire INDS 453 INST: Ms. Sohn
Design Statement Designed for an office setting, specifically for a textile designer. This workstation is designed to be diverse, flexible yet stable, innovative, accessible and cooperative. This is done with the human body and its functions in mind and what the day-to-day tasks of textile designer are. The workstation has ample amount of storage space for all of the designers materials, office supplies, inspiration, and personal belongings. At the same time, ample desk space is given for the designer to spread out and work comfortably.
Plan View This workstation is designed to be diverse and spacious for the textile designer to work. The designer should be able to go back and forth between computer and hand drawing very easily.
Information Desktop Material – Kirei Panels http://www.ecohaus.com/C-606/kirei Manufactured from reclaimed Sorghum stalks Low VOC emissions Qualifies for LEED credits in: MR 4.1/4.2 Recycled Content: Minimum 90% post-industrial recycled material (sorghum straw) MR 6 Rapidly Renewable Materials: Sorghum is a rapidly renewable material EQ 4.4 Low Emitting Materials: No added urea formaldehyde Panel Materials http://www.knolltextiles.com/textiles/product?productId=884&sku=5A Reflect in the color Ecru Post Industrial Recycled Polyester 100% Class A – ASTM E 84 http://www.knolltextiles.com/textiles/product?productId=1007&sku=6 Hard Rock in the color Patina Best of NeoCon 2006 Gold Award Contains 62% recycled polyester NFPA 260 Class I Passes CAL 117 Class A – ASTM E 84 Seating Upholstery http://www.knolltextiles.com/textiles/product?productId=1026&sku=7 NFPA 260 Class I Passes CAL 117