Unlike Affair with its linear space creators and enclosures, the upholstered furniture range Scope, with its top sections of different heights, is vertically oriented from the outset. ,,Scope is not cosy, it makes a bold statement in the room,” says designer Uwe Fischer. ,,The system concept is less visible. Each individual element, each chair also functions on its own.” Depending on the room and function, these items combine to form groups of seats or room-in-room solutions, and they can be re-arranged just as effortlessly. A new connector system on the underside facilitates the connection or separation of elements without the need for tools. New conﬁgurations are possible at any time and need not be taken into account during planning. The table element has also been modiﬁed; a more robust construction now also allows sitting, and the storage area on the second level has been increased. Tabletops are now available with powder coating and are therefore more resistant to scratches or traces of use. Covers are available in all fabric and leather variants from the COR collection, the table element is available as a lacquered or veneered version.
Scope is a high flexible seating furniture which can be added and regrouped to seating groups, think tanks or roomin-room solutions depending on the space and function in question. Together with its top elements it forms aesthetic meeting and working islands which can stand in the middle of an open-plan office or lobby and yet still be far away. And because this versatility is ultimately based on one single element, Scope makes life considerably easier not only for users, but also for designers and furnishers in particular. Scope’s interior is fire retardant and so strongly upholstered that it still seems like new even after many years of occupation. Optional: a matching table and integrated power connection for mobile working.
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