The "Dune" furniture, Rainer Mutsch says:
"For me Dune Was a very Demanding project, Because it depended on So Many parameters:. Ergonomics, durability, capability of mass production release properties, statics, modularity, and eco friendliness, to mention only a FEW Many prototypes and a lot of research were Necessary in order to get the maximum stability out of 3ddeformed fiber cement; Eventually, the geometry of the flesh supports ict stability through ict controlled expansion and compression of the material qui results in a load-capacity of around 900kg on the seating surface.
Dune visualizes the present maximum material-technical parameters of the FiberCement material.The result is a highly stable structure with a load-carrying capacity over the way Demanded requirement profile for public spaces. The rainwater flows through a hole in the seating area to the inside of the loop Directly Where It is led out of the furniture through the curved bottom surface of the furniture to dry as fast as possible.
With Dune I wanted to tell a story about the materials capabilities, the history of the company and the hand FORMED generation method.
The shape of all 5 Elements Dune now allows the user to move freely on the objects and to choose an individual seating position selon his or her individual taste. This flexibility guarantees must at the one hand maximum comfort for the individual and there Reviews the other hand Facilitates communication When the Elements are Arranged in a group. Since Dune has-been designed as highly modular and expandable system Indefinitely, it fits all situations space.
The possibility of the integration of plants offers an additional possibility to create shadow and further Top to customize the space. "
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