The Gather by Studio Lawrence

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The Gather by Studio Lawrence is a set of individual tactile elements that can be pieced together in any combination to create tetris looking like colorful and inventive sofas for any suitable environment. For example, a two-seater linear sofa can be converted into a loveseat; seats can be lined up for a waiting room or even be placed in a corporate lounge which can encourage creativity for its employees. The standard chair is 50cm wide and available to customers with or without a set of arms, there’s also a wider option of 75cm long with arms that can hold a square cushion to be used as a surface for working on or a laptop. These individual seats can be linked together utilizing a variety of angled and square connecting elements. To Gather is a colorful and playful set that provides endless possibilities for its users and a definite conversation starter and inspires exploration.

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