There is a tent-like quality to Atmos by Jeremy Lee that will appeal to those looking for a way to add some privacy to their workstation without compromising its look. Made up of a geometric framework of triangles, the design was in fact inspired by Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic structures and Do Ho Suh’s fabric cladding sculptures.
Nevertheless, there is nothing pretentious about the cosy enclosure of Atmos by Jeremy Lee. It rests unassumingly on top of the desk surface in a simple yet stylish way. Using translucent fabric, there is an organic vibe, especially since it lets a lot of natural light stream through. When dark, there is a built-in light bulb for illumination.
Atmos by Jeremy Lee can be customized with different fabrics for a more personal touch in the home.
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Atmos by Jeremy Lee Provides Privacy in Organic Style
- By: Meghan YoungJun 12, 2013