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Computer Holder

Jean Nouvel, 1996-1997

The second half of the 1990s heralded the affirmation of the office in which each individual workstation was equipped with a personal computer. Jean Nouvel designed an object that proved revolutionary in his era. A three-shelf trolley in aluminium for all the elements that make up a pc: the screen, the computer itself and the printer.

Design Jean Nouvel, 1996-1997

The idea was to leave nothing but the keyboard and mouse on the top. A perfect match for the Less table, helping to make the office functional and comfortable, but also a neat, well-organised environment.

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Jean Nouvel

Jean Nouvel was born in 1945 in Fumel, France. His approach to design comes from a need to create objects for his own architectures. This approach created the Less table which was produced by Molteni&C. for the headquarters of the Cartier Foundation. The Ateliers Jean Nouvel design activities reflect a desire to develop an "architectural design."

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Jean Nouvel

"The elementarity I seek has nothing to do with minimalism. Even when it goes in for a bare minimum of material, design is no less creative"

Jean Nouvel