Following the great success and high acoustic performance of the iconic , there is a new member in the portfolio: Standing. It is a simple and stylish sound-absorbing floor lamp, designed with flexible and open spaces in mind, with the unmatched benefit of no installation. Wide in diameter, Standing’s aerodynamic design allows sound waves to bounce back-and-forth within its circular body, in turn reducing noise, while emitting warm ambiance from above with its tall, elegantly curved arch. In addition, its dimmable feature offers the opportunity to create different atmospheres.
Standing’s round flat base promotes optimal space use as it fits underneath desks and tables, at the same time doesn’t comprise leg room – an ideal fixture for office, hospitality and other contract applications.
Standing is available in a wide range of fabrics, allowing to easily match it with other furniture and decor to create a , well-balanced space.
creates solutions for happy and healthy spaces around the world. With a mission to improve wellbeing through human-centric design, the Belgian design brand provides original acoustic solutions, lighting and furnishings to meet the needs of the modern workplace—and beyond. Founded in 2007, has grown into an award-winning acoustics leader. The Antwerp-based company has established an international presence with showrooms in Antwerp, New York, Chicago, London, Cologne and Aachen, and its own manufacturing facilities in Bladel (NL) and High Point (US).
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