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The solution for flexible working

We like to present a new dimension in Flexible Workingspace concepts: The IQ_NetworkSpace.

IQ_NetworkSpace offers flexible solutions for offices, meeting, silence- and multimedia presentation space in, for example, office work gardens or reception spaces. The IQ can be offered by companies as a temporary, reusable space for trainings or fair presentations. It is very well suited to use as a meeting room and gives a fine environment to have meetings with a small group of people. The IQ is very light and it offers space for 5 to 8 people. The IQ can is a sustainable product.

Benefits of the IQ_NetworkSpace

  • 50-70% cost saving in relation to building infrastructure re-construction
  • Set up within 2 hours (no building materials etc.) 
  • Particularly suitable for open office spaces and reception areas 
  • 50-85% sound reduction providing
  • Controlled acoustics
  • The solution for monument buildings and exhibitions
  • The solution for monumental pawns and grants

Publications

O.a. De Telegraaf, Architect en Inside Design

Producer

Marc de Groot

 
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Elegance and simplicity in steel and comfort

The Seat is a low armchair which can be transformed to a sofa by connecting several seat elements to each other. The steel frame links the seating part with the back guardrail ensuring a comfortable 'bounce'. The Seat functions multi purposely and is soothing for the eye. The product expresses its elegance from the light structure which gives an extra impression of comfort without forfeiting its minimal functional appearance. Particularly the fold in the steel plate on the back is an eye catcher. Comfort is not subordinate to the form, but plays true to its role in the design process.

Awards and nominations

IDNY 2004 by Tom Dixxon International DesignYearbook

Producer

Marc de Groot

 
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A podium in the living room

The tight coffee table Buddha has characteristic recesses and is in wood or stainless steel. 

The Buddha is a mix between a sculpture and an functional object. The area and the cylinders of this coffee table are in a visually balanced assessment to offer balance. The table challenges the user to a creative game with interoir design, where the cylinders can be filled with products from the users own living environment. 

The Buddha also challenges the user to make the table a part of the users existing, daily things. It is an area of which the ordinary, everyday objects become players on a podium.  

There is also a side tabel available: Baby Buddha. 

Awards and nominations

IDNY 2004 by Tom Dixxon International DesignYearbook

Publications

O.a. Interni (IT), Architect en Inside Design

Producer

Marc de Groot Design

 
 
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