Sometimes our deepest desire in life is to be like a chameleon. The capability of being able to merge into a different form or shape when we want and where we want. Somedays we wish to be strong and powerful, and somedays we just want to be invisible; the ability to transform according to our mood is something we innately crave.
NAU, a renowned Australian design brand, is officially launching Chameleon, a new modular table solution that takes commercial configuration to new levels. Designed by Adam Goodrum, Chameleon spells out the words, 'Refined', 'Functional' and 'Versatile'.
Made from a series of castings that fluidly interact, the Chameleon features a structurally refined Axis-Joint, that enables 15-degree frames and leg articulations. Not only does this result in a solution of being able to configure multiple modular formations, but the minimal castings of the joint are integrated seamlessly into the structure of the Chameleon, creating an overall aesthetic that is visually clean yet inherently complex.
Available in a range of top finishes, whether it be rectangular, circular or even barrel-shaped, they can be installed to a rigid modular aluminum frame, showing that the Chameleon can be strong yet lightweight at the same time.
Multiple size and shape formations are made possible by the Chameleon’s cleverly engineered structure and articulating features, available in 2 height options catering to both sitting and standing solutions.
Do you need a large table to hold Monday meetings in style? Or do you need a stand-up desk for a flexible workspace with options? Whatever the situation is, you can always rely on the Chameleon to have your back!
Chameleon will be launched at ORGATEC 2018 in Germany alongside existing best-selling designs from the NAU collection from 23rd-27th October.
Curated by Miray Bakaroglu of TLSE
Imagery provided by CULT