Grid Collection: clean lines and flexible elements for cosy lounge

Grid Collection - clean lines and flexible elements for cosy lounge -  by Henrik Pedersen for Bristol-based Gloster Furniture

Grid Collection was designed by Henrik Pedersen for Bristol-based Gloster Furniture. Henrik Pedersen runs a Danish design studio focussed on lifestyle-based design, ranging from furniture and lighting to projects for clothing and food packaging companies.

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 The designer’s presentation: Grid – a name that describes both function and mind-set. A grid of complementary units forms the basis of a totally flexible seating system where you can combine various individual elements to meet your specific needs.

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