Bean is a modular seating system, the concept is a departure from the conventional linking or bench seating system. The organic shape, draws inspiration and fluidity from the natural shape of a Bean, and how the objects scatter randomly, aesthetically working in harmony with no apparent order.
Manufactured from wooden frames CMHR foams, the sofa and “Pod”, are covered in a choice of contract fabrics or hydes, the chromed or powder coated steel rail hovers seamlessly above the floor, creating a shadow gap, as the uplifting angled shape emerges from the ground.
The shapes can be loosely arranged to form interior landscapes, side by side, back to back, formed in a circular installation, the limitations are endless and driven by the creation of the scheme. The complimentary “P” tables range, offer working or lounging solutions.
“Tec 72 approached me to design a piece of seating for them, after meeting with the team, they offered a dynamic, passionate, and willing to listen approach to developing new product, in-terms of quality, they have been instrumental in ensuring finite detail was adhered to, and have produced a quality product”
“from little acorns grow big oaks, is a design philosophy of David Fox, when design marries with quality craftsmanship, and ambition, then the results can only be a proactive step in the right direction”
The product is upholstered in the Nuna fabric, a David Fox design for http://www.camirafabrics.com/content/samplecentre/products.asp?productid=8972
See also Adrenalin, for a more hospitality feel http://www.camirafabrics.com/content/samplecentre/products.asp?productid=9000