German furniture manufacturer Wiesner Hager will launch its latest workspace concept Client on 1 April. Designed by Viennese architect Dustin A Tusnovics, the multi-functional desk is based on the idea that workspace needs to be adaptable for a range of situations. As a result, the design offers a number of formats, using multi-level surfaces and ‘wave slot-in’ elements. The Client’s design aims to integrate with its surrounding environment, offering standing, sitting or lounging solutions.
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