The Gaia Workstation Explores an Intriguing Roundabout Office Solution

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Nov 27, 2013 • References: coroflot & core77
The Gaia Workstation revolutionizes the concept of the cubicle, ridding it of the rigidity of its walls and corners in favor of continuous contours that actually leave it open. David Bruér has dreamed up a slender cylinder with the advantages of modular parts that can make it a solo desk space, a small meeting place, or a larger compact conference room.

The wooden barrel rings can be linked together to create tunnel-like rooms. Each one has two sets of holes lining the inside that enable you to install several different pieces. Custom chairs with shortening legs, a bench, a small writing surface, a shelf and a lamp are all possible inclusions within the Gaia Workstation. Finally, moss-like green velvet fabric covers the exterior of the hoop and softens the seats. Stats for Adaptable Ring Escritoires Trending: Older & Average
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