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Nuvist Architecture & Design | Nitstka Aqua

Furniture Nuvist Architecture & Design | Nitstka Reception Desk

This is the rest of the whole collection of Nitstka Desks. Our main focus was on creating types of reception desk forms. Nitstka desks have been transformed by wave and water formations into sometimes simple-lightness and sometimes complex-hard lines which create outer skin of Nitstka desks.

Nuvist Architecture & Design | Nitstka Reception Desk

Nuvist Architecture & Design | Nitstka Reception DeskThese outer skins allow us to design functions on it such as an aquarium as seen in the Aqua version of Nitstka desk. There are straight and open arc versions according to usage needs. Curvilinear lines, outer skin and functionality are blended in continuous three dimensional surface for first attraction points of receptions which are for hotels, companies, exhibitions even if presentations etc.

Architect: Nuvist Architecture & Design
Project name: Nitstka Aqua
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