MOBI

2017

MOBI

Compact individual workstation "Mobi" solution from the design studio SV & Partners for home offices, educational institutions and temporary jobs.
2017
Series: Individual mini workplace
Customer:
Developers:
Valerii Sukhytskyi
Valerii Sukhytskyi
Founder
Anna Schukina
Anna Schukina
Furniture designer
Elena Tsvetkova
Elena Tsvetkova
Design constructor
Elvira Chemerys
Elvira Chemerys
Designer
Sergey Malashchuk
Sergey Malashchuk
prototyping and modeling

Features

Applicable materials:

  • Profile anodized 20/20 mm wall 2 mm.
  • Aluminum profile anodized or painted diameter 10 mm wall 1 mm.
  • Profile coating with the Silver anode,
  • Plastic tinted in a mass of PET 0.8 mm used in the organizer.
  • Fabric type Oxford 200 composition 100% polyester with impregnation.
  • Shelves plywood grade 1 FC, 12 mm thick coated with a natural oak veneer of the highest grade.
  • Finish veneer open porous “oil-wax” transparent.
  • Supports rubber-coated rollers or adjustable screw bearings M-8.

Description

A successful solution to the “Mobi” product design scheme provides for full-time work or study on modern mobile devices such as a laptop or tablet without loss of comfort in a limited area.

Simple, stable construction made of aluminum profile and plywood elements complemented by a removable textile organizer.

The individual compact workstation “Mobi” is an excellent solution for organizing effective work in a limited space in the house and in the office.

We use reliable and lightweight structural materials of the supporting frame made of aluminum for long-term operation not only at home in closed rooms, but also use such a workstation table in rooms with moderate humidity on balconies, loggias, conservatories, garages, workshops.

Our development pleased both the student of the school and the businessman freelancer.

It surprises with its compactness and functionality.

A minimalistic and rational solution for homework or study that harmoniously blends with the modern interiors of residential apartments.

The system is recyclable by more than 65%