The newest release of Derlot’s Twig bench is the demonstration of a concept that has evolved to reach its fullest potential.
May 3rd, 2013
Alexander Lotersztain’s Twig with Backrest expands on the immensely successful Twig communal seating range that has been designed and developed in Australia with Derlot.
The fractal forms of the original Twig system are even more pronounced by the addition of a backrest, the modularity of the collection allowing for even more expressive, practical configurations.
Taking inspiration from naturally occurring branching forms, Lotersztain has injected the design with a contemporary flair that is only enhanced by the expansive list of finishes on offer. Upholstered in fabric, dyed polymers, internally illuminable models as well as the option of leather upholstery – the Twig with backrest, like its predecessor, is a truly versatile seating alternative.
Lending itself perfectly for use in the public domain, all Twig models can be floor-fixed, are molded from recyclable Polypropylene, each dye is UV stabilized and Twig with Backrest is GECA Certified as well as boasting a 5 year structural warranty.
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