A modular seating system inspired by the city of Tokyo.
EDO ARMCHAIR, LOUNGE, MODULAR LOUNGE CHAIR, MODULAR LOUNGE, OTTOMAN, LOW ARMCHAIR, LOW LOUNGE, LOW MODULAR LOUNGE CHAIR, LOW MODULAR LOUNGE, WORK LOUNGE, MEET, WORKPOD, CURVE, CAMPFIRE & TEAHOUSE
- Pods of 2, 4, 6 or 8
- Single or runs of 2, 3 or 4 (standard or alternate facing runs)
- Sitting or standing table heights
- Two heights and two depths
- Timber legs with rail
- Optional two-tone upholstery
- Optional cable access
- Optional pod to the floor
Lead Time Guide: 6-8 Weeks
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Inspired by Tokyo’s “dori” (streets) and “yokocho” (laneways), the EDO Streetscape pays homage to the city’s sophisticated blend of technology and tradition. Offering a modular kit of parts for creating “utsukushi basho” (beautiful places) for people to work, learn and refresh. EDO Streetscape offers spaces for flexible team settings, private team settings and quiet focus areas. Available with three base options – solid timber legs with rail with height adjustable glides, solid timber round legs or powder coated round legs with height adjustment option. Two-tone upholstery options are also available for the collection.
Marc Schamburg (Bach. Design), and Michael Alvisse (Bach. Architecture), are design entrepreneurs and in 1997 founded and established the sustainable furniture studio, Schamburg + Alvisse.
Schamburg + Alvisse pioneered the design and manufacture of sustainable furniture a decade before green standards were embraced by the construction industry. The success of up-cycling post-consumer waste plastics into high value product remains a milestone for the studio, alongside becoming Australia's first furniture manufacturer to satisfy the rigorous green timber standards of the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) and Greenpeace.
The work of Schamburg + Alvisse remains in the permanent collection of Sydney's Powerhouse Museum, and has been exhibited in Milan's Triennale Museum, San Francisco's Museum of Modern Art, and the Melbourne Museum. Marc and Michael have been honoured with Standards Australia's "International Design Award" and the Powerhouse Museum's "Sustainability Award". They are listed in the world's Hot 100 design studios in the Taschen book "Designing the 21st Century", and The Sydney Magazine's "100 most influential people" list for work in sustainable design.
Marc has interests in eco-innovation and business ethics and his videos about the design process for the Centre for Learning & Innovation are part of Australian high school curriculum. Design principles are expressed though furniture, jewellery, lighting, and textiles. As a collaborator with Food Wine & Design, Marc assists fund raising for children's health through events.
Michael is a regular public speaker on the power of "innovation-thinking" to build the competitiveness and problem-solving skills of companies and communities. He teaches innovation-thinking as part of Object Centre for Design's school education program, and is on the management team of Tamarama Surf Life Saving Club.