UniFor's LessLess is a furniture series designed by Jean Nouvel for the Cartier Foundation in 1994. LessLess is made with advanced technology and high-quality manufacturing techniques, bringing a sophisticated elegance to the industrial pieces. Similar to the original Less furniture family, LessLess emphasizes a pure design with an added focus on lightness and functionality.
As a fresh take on UniFor's traditional Less tables, the LessLess workstations are made entirely from aluminum to represent a modern vision of the contemporary office space. The LessLess tables are available in rectangular, square, and L-shaped arrangements, with a variety of sizes. The tables include an auxiliary shelf for personalized space and a structural panel to support computer monitors. Thus, LessLess tables are abstract, monolithic, lightweight, and sleek.
LessLess tables can easily be grouped together to create elegant, large meeting tables ideal for promoting collaborative work practices within corporate spaces. To complement the operational and executive workstations, the modular LessLess system also features rotating storage towers, drawer units, and filling containers. The rotating units have openings on both sides and the base is completely concealed within the structure, ensuring maximum design simplicity. The same solution is used for the drawer units, where an individual front panel conceals three drawers.