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Wander into this smart frame structure and you will find yourself intuitively leaning, coming to rest and dwelling. You might take a perching posture, like a bird on a telephone wire, taking a minute to overlook the landscape. The Boulevard collection is purpose-built for an active space, in need of a pause. In the lounge, or breakout area, the importance of places for respite have increased, and Boulevard taps into that in the growing need for resting together, allowing for a quick break and a deep breath.
- Dimensions Various Dimensions
Made in Denmark
Seats: Solid CNC-cut plywood and CNC-cut foam, sides strengthened with Masonite
Table: CNC-cut aluminium arm and solid CNC-cut Oak table
- Select required modules for customised configuration
- Oak table finish: soap-treated, clear lacquer or black staining
- Choice of fabric upholstery
Based in Denmark, +Halle believe that the future of furniture lies in spaces that adapt to the behaviour of the people who use them; meaning that the design needs to achieve a synthesis of context, function and performance.
+Halle are motivated by the transformation in the use of public space: how people relate to large shifts in work, mobility, technology and privacy. Driven by understanding how spatial cultures evolve, +Halle are interested in the complex, diverse interplay between human behaviour, design and architecture.
It is time to think beyond the generic domestic influence on our public spaces; instead, we really should look at the actual needs and let purpose inform our environments.
Toronto-based design studio led by Jonathan Sabine and Jessica Nakanishi. This design studio has an honourable ethos based on resourcefulness. Focussed on materials and human settings, the studio embodies tactility and form in a humble manner. MSDS's process pioneers a more analytic approach to design, imbuing it with an internal logic that is discernible to users who consider their environments. New interesting retail interiors are at the forefront of this Canadian practice, which is guided by anthropology in a new era of consumer behaviour within the public space.