Milan, April 2010
Lounge-wood is the new support for Laptop and Tablet produced in Wood, inox steel and aluminium.
The product is totally designed and made from Lounge-tek and her artisan partners in the Veneto furniture district .
All the supports Lounge-tek have the same features but differ in the finishes in order to adapt to any type of furniture and meet any taste.
The Lounge-book is made of metal and plastics, the Lounge-wood in metal and cultivated wood. Finishes and material are designed to fit perfectly with any type of furniture.
The Lounge-wood is provided in two models, standard and Sail, with a Shelf Storage for Smartphone inspired by the forms of a Spinnaker
The Lounge-wood, thanks to the wood with special transparent painting effects, gives warmth to every ambient.
The Lounge- wood is even more versatile, thanks to the fastening system that runs along the axis of the two stems, which adapts to high beds, as the ones used in USA, or very low ones, like the Japanese Tatami.
Attention to details
Our partners are craft makers that apply the know how of the traditional Furniture in Veneto. For this fact our products have special features, for example the Lounge Wood’s knobs are made by handmade turning based on a Lounge Tek’s exclusive design.
The Lounge-wood models are made on cultivated wood painted with Water Coatings “Zero Pollution level”
We presented Lounge-wood in the “Appartamento LAGO” during the Milan Design Week 2010 in Brera.
Appartamento Lago emerged from the awareness that design should not look to the individual product but rather to the improvement of people’s lives and work.
Lago create the first global network of houses where one can experience a revolutionary approach to living space.
Appartamento Lago focuses on the centrality of the individual, the Tenant and his or her guests, transforming the home into a zone open to relationships, experiences and culture.
Lounge-tek’s products was considered from the Lago Staff as a innovative furniture element where tradition meets innovation, to comply the new needs of the “native digital” people.