Spi­ri­to tra­sfor­mi­sta e fles­si­bi­le per Shift,

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idea­to dal­lo stu­dio Layer di Be­n­ja­min Hu­bert al­la sua pri­ma col­la­bo­ra­zio­ne con la da­ne­se Kva­drat. Il pan­nel­lo fo­noas­sor­ben­te rea­liz­za­to con tes­su­to ri­ci­cla­to Real­ly Tex­ti­le So­lid Board si con­ver­te in un si­ste­ma di men­so­le, sen­za l’uso di vi­ti e bul­lo­ni, ma gra­zie a un sem­pli­ce mec­ca­ni­smo di aper­tu­ra e chiu­su­ra ma­gne­ti­ca.

The fle­xi­ble, tran­sfor­ma­ble Shift was de­si­gned by Be­n­ja­min Hu­bert’s Layer stu­dio, wor­king for the fir­st ti­me for the Da­ni­sh firm Kva­drat. The sound-ab­sor­bing pa­nel, whi­ch is ma­de from Real­ly Tex­ti­le

So­lid Board re­cy­cled fa­bric, con­verts ea­si­ly in­to a sy­stem of shel­ves by means of a sim­ple ma­gne­tic clo­su­re me­cha­ni­sm ra­ther than screws and bol­ts.


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