Floater and Drop, the new seatings designed by Pauline Deltour for COR LAB collection
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Ensure Relaxed Working
Workspace becomes flexible and customizable; spaces in which work and relaxation coexist in harmony. This is the concept of COR LAB, the new collection by Cor. Pauline Deltour has designed two pieces of the collection. Büro Uwe Fischer, Aust & Amelung and Relvão Kellermann designed the other pieces of the collection. Six individual projects that, at the same time, complement each other.
French designer Pauline Deltour interprets the COR LAB concept with Floater and Drop seatings: 'For me a start-up office looks like a big open space, with big tables, lots of chairs, a fast Wi-Fi connection and lots of people with no fixed desks. But today, I think, you can find all kinds of start-up offices. With Floater and Drop you can hold a private meeting or just withdraw for some peace and quiet.'
Floater sofa system with high or low back, which can grow from a 1-seater to a 3-seater, becomes a feel-good oasis and a haven in the office. With its freely selectable modules made of ash or oak wood, Floater becomes a fully fledged workplace. The additional shelves provide space for notebooks and pads, for which there is a dedicated power connection. Floater is more than a sofa, it is a freely configurable tool for (cosy) working in the modern office.
Drop is the name of a whole family consisting of a mobile roller stool, a stackable stool and large pouf. The small components are mobile, while the large pouf forms a meeting point in the office. What they all have in common is that they are laid-back. A round, fully visible steel frame enfolds each upholstered body. Tone in tone. Four legs with rollers turn the small stool into the office run about — an incredibly practical colleague. The perfect additive for a mobile working environment. A small friend in three versions and two sizes that is always there when you need it.