Dezeen Showroom: created by designer Alexander Loterszatin, Derlot’s Twig seating for indoors and open air has a biophilic construction knowledgeable by nature.
The Twig seating, first designed in 2008, is modelled on boughs of bushes, with the concept the models may be positioned adjoining to one another to create a bigger, extra branching kind.
This biophilic form has the impact of making pure assembly factors within the crooks of its branches, which goals to encourage social interplay.
The usual model of the seating is made from low-density polyethylene (LDPE) plastic for out of doors use and may be optionally illuminated from inside.
For indoors, there may be an upholstered model, which may be coated in any material or leather-based.
The Twig assortment is totally recyclable, and the models can be found with or with out seating backs.
Designer: Alexander Loterszatin
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