Architect Stephan Hürlemann discussed his flexible Dancing Office concept developed for Vitra during a live Screentime conversation as part of our VDF x Vitra collaboration.
The Swiss architect and designer spoke to Dezeen’s founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs about the concept he developed for the Swiss furniture brand.
Called the Dancing Office, the product consists of moveable partitions that allow office spaces to be reconfigured spontaneously and easily.
Designed to divide an office space into different zones and layouts, each partition features a metal frame that can be configured in a variety of ways to function as a bookshelf, TV unit, coat rack, whiteboard and pin-board as well as a vertical desk.
According to Vitra, the concept was developed to encourage office workers to be active participants in their working environments.
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