#80 by Aggestrup Is Seating That Interacts with You in a New Way

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#80 by Aggestrup Is Seating That Interacts with You in a New Way

Flexibility has found its way into the workplace just like it has in the home with multipurpose furniture. With more time being spent in open offices, airports, waiting rooms, and lobbies, it’s easy to get overstimulated from the chaos and increased interaction with others. That being said, Aggestrup designed a series of seating that introduces a level of privacy that’s often missing from public scenarios as a way to help stay focused and more present. The #80 collection aims to simplify our lives and to change up how we think and use both private and public seating.

Working with experienced craftsmen in Denmark, each piece is handcrafted with a steel frame and woven seat and backrest that’s higher than most for added privacy. The seating has a visual lightness with thin lines comprising the base and structure. The straps wrap around a wooden frame which adds a level of warmth. Overall, the #80 seating components feature clean lines while also focusing on comfort in order to elevate your private time spent sitting on them.

A collection of leather accessories was also designed to complement the #80 seating components.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.