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Geiger Rhythm

The needs of offices are as varied as the people who occupy them. That’s why Vienna-based firm EOOS designed Geiger Rhythm to make the office feel personal. From the sliding wooden trays to the array of ceramic accessories, Geiger Rhythm allows the people who use a space—residents and guests alike—to configure it to meet their needs. Comprised of just a few components, the system of wood casegoods and accessories covers a broad visual and functional range, so it works well in executive offices, shared offices, and administrative areas alike.

Geiger Rhythm provides convenient access to power for resident workers and their guests while taming the unsightly spaghetti tangle of cords and cables. Personal and guest containers include two outlets and 2 USB ports. Containers can also be specified with wireless charging capability. With additional work surface shapes and extended-height frames, that range is even broader, allowing for continuous overhead storage that can span height-adjustable desks and taller wardrobes.

Designed by

EOOS

Gernot Bohmann was born in 1968 in Krieglach/Styria, Harald Gründl in 1967 in Vienna and Martin Bergmann in 1963 in Lienz/East Tyrol. After their graduation from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, they founded EOOS in 1995. EOOS operates in the fields of furniture and product design as well as shop design for clients such as Giorgio Armani, Adidas, Alessi, Bite Beauty, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Bulthaup, Dedon, Duravit, Geiger, Herman Miller, Lamy, Matteo Grassi, Walter Knoll and Zumtobel. For EOOS, design is a poetical discipline and a cultural service for society. EOOS believes in the power of “authentic objects”. And EOOS examines rituals, myths and intuitive images within the scope of the Poetical Analysis.
 
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