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BuzziHub

The BuzziHub is an acoustic shelter, a niche where you can retreat to by yourself or with co-workers for casual collaborative discussions.

BUZZHUB, BUZZIHUB SIDE, BUZZIHUB SINGLE, BUZZIHUB TABLE

FEATURES

BuzziHub Side

  • Acoustic properties

Lead Time Guide: 14-16 Weeks

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BuzziHub

The BuzziHub is an acoustic shelter, a niche where you can retreat to by yourself or with co-workers for casual collaborative discussions.

BuzziHub provides optimum acoustical properties when positioned facing each other and comes as a generous two-seater or single. For increased privacy there is BuzziHub Side, which also helps define traffic flow in open space office environments. Light, Cushion and Armrests are also available as optional accessories.

There are a range of BuzziHub tables in various sizes with optional acoustical layer of foam and fabric under table top.


DESIGNER

Alain Gilles

Brussels designer Alain Gilles is somewhat of a latecomer to the design world. After studying political science and marketing management, he spent some time working in the financial sector, before going back to study Industrial Design at the ISD in France.

He first joined designer Xavier Lust, later followed by Quinze & Milan, before opening his own design studio in 2007.

He soon developed a very personal approach to product and furniture design, and has since worked with many international manufacturers, including Casamania, Bonaldo, Buzzispace, Galerie Gasserez, Qui est Paul, and Osun ,

For OSun he designed the Nomad solar lamp, a clever alternative to the widespread and often dangerous use of kerosene lamps in developing countries. Launched at the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair, Nomad is durable and portable, and the solar-powered lamp provides six hours of light when fully charged.

In 2012 Alain was named Designer of the Year at Interieur, an award supported by the Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent


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