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A space-defining structure that stands alone as a design feature and even as artwork within a space, Gaius provides designated zones without the harshness of solid partitions and walls.
Designed by Stansons in-house designer Tracy Drury, Gaius and slimmer version Julius were inspired by the curves and pillars associated with the Roman Empire – renowned for its strength, innovation and construction. “Taking inspiration from arches, columns and the pill-shape, I was looking to create a product designed for residential settings that could be adapted for the office,” says Tracy.
Gaius takes shape in the form of a strong wooden frame with gentle curves, available with either a flat sheer fabric panel or an acoustic board, providing privacy, sound absorption and visual differentiation for spaces across workplace, hospitality and residential.
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