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Interior Works, office concepts, Wagner Living, flexible furniture system D2

Modular System for Offices

Together with the designers Mirko Borsche and Stefan Diez as well as Gonzalez Haase Architekten, Wagner Living has developed the D2 flexible furniture system. Out of a kit containing profiles, connectors as well as honeycomb panels made of cardboard or aluminium, complete setups can be realised in lightweight construction, ranging from walls and cabins, through to sound insulation and exhibition stands. The elements with individually printable surfaces can be inserted into each other. The system – which is also ­suitable for home offices – can be individually designed and modified using a configurator. A first prototype for the flexible interior design by Gonzalez Haase, in shades of white and grey, was created in Mirko Borsche’s 300 m2 office in Munich. At its centre is a 9-m-long, three-part work ­table made of 11.5-mm-thick lightweight aluminium ­panels. Additional storage space is offered in the archive rooms by furniture items made of 4-cm-thick cardboard honeycomb panels in various colour combinations. All the elements are ­assembled with custom-made connectors made of high-gloss polished solid aluminium. A rack made of translucent, multi-layer polycarbonate and, if required, floor-length curtains serve as room dividers. Seating options include the W-1960 tavern chair and the D1 chair family, which has been further developed by Stefan Diez.

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Interior Works, office concepts, Wagner Living, flexible furniture system D2

D2 Prototype: Nine-metre-long table made of aluminium lightweight panels with D1 chairs

Photo: Gerhardt Kellermann

Interior Works, office concepts, Wagner Living, flexible furniture system D2

Translucent, multilayer polycarbonate brings flexibility and transparency.

Photo: Gerhardt Kellermann

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DETAIL 10/2020
DETAIL 10/2020

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