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The Bloc+ system of modular furniture is a distillation of Caon Design Studio’s extensive experience devising award-winning aviation interiors. The collection is designed to support long-haul leisure and work activities. It is built to facilitate extensive days spent in today’s deconstructed office environments.
It is a modular micro architecture that allows the freedom and flexibility to shape one’s own environment.
Ergonomically fine-tuned, the units are conceived to serve workers in standing, crouched or seated positions.
A complementary series of upholstered acoustic panels are available. Secured by an interlocking keyhole system, their weight anchors them around the Bloc+s, effectively shrouding the seating elements. As open-planned as today’s office may be, privacy is at a premium.
Caon has researched and developed a unique colour/textile selection in conjunction with Kvadrat/Maharam. An extensive menu of options is effectively designed to ensure coherence of colour and fabric combination at all price points. It’s like having an interior stylist on-hand to make specifying professional.
The Bloc+ system is made and upholstered in Australia to support local industry and guarantee optimum delay. The estimated delivery time is four weeks. A bespoke service is available in certain cases.
This product can be further customised, please enquire for more information.
Seating & Screen
∅: 1200 mm
This product is covered by a 1-year conditional warranty.
This is a LivingOn product. Its freight emissions have been offset.
David Caon founded his studio in Sydney, in 2009. A creative design practice, CAON excels at applying design thinking to industrial process. CAON projects range from aircraft interiors to tableware, from architecture to furnishings for workplace and the home. CAON prides itself on an ability to connect people to the things they use and the spaces they move through from day to day.
Since returning from Europe, David Caon has established himself as one of the leading designers in Australia. Initially moving to Europe to complete a Masters of Automotive Design in the UK, David moved to Milan in order to explore a more diversified approach to design.