13/02/2018 - Ever since Materia was set up, their furniture design has made a distinct mark in public spaces, a design that still makes everyday life for users easier. Materia is now introducing new design products that are ready to take their place in an already wide range of furniture and accessories for the modern workplace. Selected pieces of furniture are also available in additional colours as standard through the Colours by Materia concept.
Vagabond, design by Marie Oscarsson
What distinguishes the Vagabond table from others is its diversity. The wheels make it easy to move and it can for instance be used as a meeting table and a desk. It can also be a dining table in a canteen or in a restaurant. The table ends act as notice boards and the accompanying magnets may be used to hang pictures, messages or sketches directly onto the frame. There is also a rod at the top that can be used to hang lights, plants or other interior fittings on.
Motus, design by Marie Oscarsson
The shape of this stool is defined by its function. The curved upholstered seat gives extra comfort and its design allows you to either sit upright or astride like on a saddle. The stool is fitted with castors for a more active and mobile way of sitting.
Uni, design by Axel Bjurström
Uni is a new table range that is suitable for smaller or larger seating arrangements. Uni is available with a spoke base or T-base in different sizes, heights and finishes. The table series' wide range makes it extremely flexible and suitable in many situations ranging from meeting rooms to cafeterias, mingle areas and lecture halls.
Pax, design by Fredrik Mattson
Pax is characterised by its billowing shape to ensure maximum seating comfort in a small space. The armrests fold down towards the seat to make space allowing you to move your legs sideways, and the point where the back and armrests meet ensures the back of the chair does not interfere with your elbows. The uniform look results in a chair that is designed to respond flexibly to the human body and assure the comfort. Pax has an injection-moulded plastic shell and can be ordered without upholstery or with an upholstered seat or fully upholstered.
Crest, design by Mattias Stenberg
Crest assures a fine balance between openness and seclusion. Developed to work in public environments, it offers both protection from prying eyes but also encourages conversation and interaction. The back panel is a little higher than the back cushions to achieve this effect. How the different inner and outer covers are upholstered augments the feeling that one is sitting in the sofa and not on it. Crest's various modules can be combined to create different furniture arrangements, ranging from conventional two-or three seater sofas to larger or irregular shapes.