Audrey™ Storage

Audrey was inspired by the early modernist ideal of a simple “platform” to support structure and personalized flexible elements. With the ability to easily change and evolve the design aesthetic, Audrey celebrates materiality and clean, simple geometric form. Also influenced by children’s building blocks, it allows for easy reconfiguration based on evolving needs, ideas, and personal creativity. Designed as a “kit of parts”, Audrey can be installed, configured, and reconfigured without tools, using a common platform system that can grow and change. Given the flexibility and ease of reconfiguration, Audrey helps to reduce waste when change is needed, and encourages creative applications with minimum impact, providing a lifetime of use. More info coming soon!

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Storage Building Blocks

A simple platform that supports storage blocks to be changed and rearranged, offering reuse and flexibility. Designed for a lifetime of use.

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Design Flexibility

Between the storage and benching configuration options and a variety of finish and material combinations, Audrey can be configured to meet a variety of setting needs by dividing and defining space while providing storage and seating.

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Bench Seating with Integrated Power

This storage + benching system can be reconfigured, over and over again. Available with integrated power which will enhance any space.

Designer

Profile

Chuck Saylor

Chuck Saylor is the principal of designvox - a leading, human-centered design firm based in East Grand Rapids, MI. Chuck is a thought leader within the practice of human-centered design and its use in solving problems, leading to innovative solutions and meaningful change. Prior to designvox, Chuck was the Founder and CEO of izzy+ from 1999 - 2015, a West Michigan based contract furniture business. Prior to founding izzy+, Chuck held senior management positions at Knoll and at Haworth, where he began his career in 1974 in a design and development role. He holds 21 patents and numerous design awards for his work in the contract furniture industry, including work with BMW. Chuck served on the board of the Business and Institutional Furniture Manufacturer’s Association (BIFMA) and as President until his retirement in 2014.

www.designvox.com