The BASIS workstation design by David Chipperfield is a smart and casual desk system stripped back to the essentials. It features the pure use of material and craftsmanship. The BASIS workstation focuses on the needs of creative and functional work environments, facilitating different styles of working without interfering with or redefining work habits.
The system is equipped with diverse possibilities for wire management and various types of partitions for privacy as well as acoustic or magnetic features that can be easily inserted into the table without the use of additional hardware. Offering flexible solutions for the home or office, BASIS workstation is designed to allow solo work as well as a collaboration by combining any number of individual desks to work islands.
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United Kingdom (1953)
David Chipperfield is an acclaimed British architect who is recognized with numerous international awards and honors. Established in 1985, David Chipperfield Architects is a leading global architectural practice with offices in London, Berlin, Milan, and Shanghai. Chosen as the architect for the reconstruction of the Neues Museum in Berlin, which reopened in 2009 to critical acclaim, he is among other things, a winner of the Heinrich Tessenow Gold Medal, has received the RIBA Royal Gold Medal for Architecture, and was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 2004. He often collaborates with various manufacturers including e15, Alessi, Artemide, Driade, Dune, Fontana Arte, FSB, Marsotto Edizioni, Riva 1920, Studio TK, Wästberg and Zumtobel.