Avion by Keith Melbourne

Avion by Keith Melbourne

Introducing Keith Melbourne's new soft architectural furniture system; Avion

Elegant lines and spacious functionality are the essence of Avion; Keith Melbourne's intelligent new furniture collection, designed and manufactured in Australia. The upholstered system displays a refined language of continuous lines, allowing for the creation of networks that flow effortlessly through commercial and public spaces.

Avion is a soft architectural system of modular wall, seating and table elements that provide for a variety of functions. Its limitless flexibility provides a capacity to embrace and respond to the experimentation and evolution occurring in workplaces today. Avion invites a new approach to designing commercial environments, creating holistic contemporary workplaces by utilising furniture as the hero in spacial design.

The upholstered walls act as the spine for the collection, allowing for seemingly endless configurations. The Avion wall system also provides visual and acoustic separation within a compact network of workspaces and lounging. The highly considered proportions, functional details and ergonomic forms culminate in a collection supporting both focus and collaboration.

The development of the Avion range has focused upon the ultimate in functionality for the user, incorporating integrated desking, lighting, coat hooks, charging stations, AV mounting and tables into the collection. A freestanding offering for Avion consisting of Ottomans, a Lounge, Armchair, Occasional Table, Coffee and Side Tables, and Screens complete the collection. The complementary freestanding collection extends the language of Avion, borrowing from the luxurious nature of high end residential furniture.

The highly modular nature of Avion allows designers to create custom configurations, to create a functional and personalised workspace.

View the Avion collection.
 

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