'Prisma' by Alexander Lotersztain is Ideal for Growing Offices

By: Michael Hines - Published: Aug 10, 2013 • References: derlot & dezeen
Prisma by Alexander Lotersztain is a new set of furniture designed to be rearranged at will. Lotersztain's chairs are all shaped asymmetrically, thus allowing them to slot into one another quickly and easily. This ease of customization means that the seating arrangements that could be created with Prisma are almost endless.

The chairs themselves are MDF-based (medium-density fibreboard) and are covered in enviro foam and then swathed in either fabric or leather. A classy addition to Prisma is the wooden triangle meant to act as an end table. This set of furniture would be perfect for the office of a startup company as it is able to be quickly moved and reformed. It's also inventive yet classy, a combination not often found in reconfigurable furniture sets. You can check out the various forms of Prisma by Alexander Lotersztain, here. Stats for Colorful Reconfigurable Furniture Trending: Older & Mild
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