ELEVEN HIGH BACK WORK
Individual MDF office workstation with desk screens
The eleven high back collection acquires two new proposals and in doing so reveals its versatile nature.
The new “office” moves and adapts to different environments, offering the privacy and comfort of the eleven high back sofa. A curved wooden structure supports a fixed top made from veneered or painted MDF and equipped with a cable management set for use with a wide range of devices.
Besides providing a natural extension of the range of seats designed by PearsonLloyd, these new versions enrich the range of Alias proposals for the contract sector, which is viewed as a new sphere of application for office furniture. In this field too, as is customary, Alias puts the needs of the individual at the centre of the design project.
From technological research come formal solutions that are able to keep pace with fast-evolving living habits, especially in the world of work.
Eleven high back work is proposed with a top specially designed to convert the sofa into an office “capsule” conceived to allow the users to carry on their activities in the modern soft seating areas of a lounge, an airport, a hotel.
The PearsonLloyd designer duo fashioned this informal but highly functional work space to meet the needs of present-day globetrotters who spend long hours waiting for their flight in airport lounges and want to be able to focus on their work. The desk element, mounted to the side of the seat, enhances the appeal of the eleven high back sofa, which has already gained widespread appreciation in the contract sector. Besides its compact design, the strong points of this project include transportability, the possibility of connecting the worktop to the power supply, and, first and foremost, a perfect balance between the degree of privacy afforded and the safety measures built into the module: while ensuring a private space for the user, in fact, the eleven high back desk can be easily inspected as required by safety regulations on fixtures for use in public spaces.