2016 | HPs-15 [Montréal, Canada]
Designed + Built
Inspired by the Memphis movement, Velit80 is a prototype born out of reflection on identity and function of urban furniture.
The structure and the different surfaces are the result of an anthropometric research that meets the needs of sitting, lying down, writing or working. Its main function is however not defined, it adapts according to the number of users. Shared, it becomes a destructured public bench offering seats at different heights. Alone, it offers a quiet cocoon allowing to relax and to dream through the different mirrors. Colors are used here as language between form and function. It also brings a playful and attractive side that provides its unique identity.