In celebration of craft: seven spaces showcasing tradition and technique
From Auckland to Edinburgh, we handpick a selection of interiors that spotlight artisanal design and meticulously crafted materials.
Photographer: Andrea Garuti
Art Direction: Studio FM
Styling: Studio Salaris
Industrial designer Busetti Garuti Redaelli used a perimeter sound-absorbing panel for the creation of the Buddyhub desk and partnered it with a solid laminate top to form an enclosed aperture with acoustic and visual seclusion.
This new piece of furniture can be configured as a multifunctional workstation and it can be fitted with a cable management unit. Alternatively, it can be used as a temporary workstation, with a top measuring 82x59cm and 90cm in height.
Made up of a slender lightweight frame that sits off the ground on aluminum legs, movement and maintenance is undemanding, and light is invited into the structure which complements the design. The Buddyhub Desk lends itself well to a space that needs to be easily customisable too; thanks to its modular design the partition can adjoin to other lounge seats from the Buddy collection as well as itself.
In terms of accessories, the Buddyhub Desk can be personalised with additions such as steel coat hangers and magazine holders, powder-coated in one of Pedrali’s soft yet noticeable tones – and users can configure the the Buddyhub Desk into a space suitable for sitting or standing, with a pop-up socket added upon request.
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