Spot is a centre of attraction, one that dominates both the Welcome and Social zones. The four modules can be used to create varied solutions for one or more seated individuals. Whether Spot offers privacy to the person who is waiting or facilitates communication is purely a question of placement.
Always practical, Spot is a combination of an inviting seating area and a useful supporting surface. The shelves surrounding the seat form ideal supports on which to place a computer or simply to lean against. The shelves feature recessed sockets, enabling Spot to serve as a workspace, if desired. In addition to books and houseplants, the shelves confidently support various furnishing elements that enliven the office space. Spot also makes it easy to divide rooms into zones.
Module A: 100 cm x 100 cm x H74 cm
Module B: 170 cm x 100 cm x H74 cm
Module C: 144 cm x 100 cm x H74 cm
Module L – Table: 128 cm x 60 cm x H74 cm
Seats and backrest have durable and fireproof HR foam and batting; seat cushions and backrest pillows are fixed
Pine plywood with pine veneer back board, clear matte varnish; top board Forbo desktop linoleum Nero
Forbo desktop linoleum Nero
Powder-coated metal, sand structure, matte black RAL 9005; anti-slip soles (optional)
Modules can be connected together
Plug in options
Electric outlet: Powerdot Mini 51 220W; Powerdot Mini 51 2x USB A
Furniture Cover Collection
Structured fabrics recommended for Spot
The cover fabric is not removable
Intuit’s cover selection has been chosen based on our long-standing experience and understanding of what our clients like. Our recommended cover materials meet the elevated safety and durability requirements of open space furniture. Upon request, you can order also from a wider selection of cover materials.
Iseasi is a design firm boasting a wealth of experience. Its core strength has always been industrial design, but thanks to the needs of its clients (and the trust they place in the company) it now works on a much broader scale.
Iseasi’s message, and the aim of its designers, is first and foremost to find ways of offering greater value to end-users. This pertains to the functionality, usability and attractiveness of every product, and much more besides. As such, one of the most important tasks of the designer is to protect the interests of the user, so to speak: to plan a product in such a way that it’s easy to understand and use and both honest and hard-wearing.