With a distinctive look informed by the free-spirited designs of the space age era, the Pipeline modular seating system by Brisbane-based Alexander Lotersztain is at once practical and visually striking.
The sofa system’s defining feature is its cylindrical backrest, which runs the entire length and fits snugly within a gently curved depression in the low-slung square base cushions.
Included in the Pipeline seating system are five upholstered modules, each with a minimalist and geometric design, that can be connected using unobtrusive brackets in near-endless amounts of volumes and orientations.
A powder-coated steel side table (in white or black), which can be freestanding or nestled between two elements, is also part of the collection.
Simple and scalable, the modules’ footprint is based on a one-metre-by-one-metre grid for easy formulation and its uncomplicated aesthetic is easy to incorporate in nearly any setting. The upholstered pieces of Pipeline can be equipped with power and USB sockets for charging of laptops and other personal devices. A range of Kvadrat upholstery fabrics is available, as is the opportunity for COM and COL.