UniFor's Less is a workstation series created by architect Jean Nouvel for the Cartier Foundation in Paris. Less is designed using high-quality materials and innovative technology to create a clean composition, lightweight forms, and overall simplicity. Less is made with modular elements which allow for customizable arrangements to fit within any space. These core features make Less an elegant and practical solution for the contemporary office.
The Less table by UniFor is a modernized take on the traditional table form. The surface is extremely sleek and simple, creating an abstract monolithic structure made entirely of metal that can be used as a desk or workstation. The Less table is available in different sizes and in square and rectangular shapes. An extension worktop can be added to create an L-shaped configuration. Less tables can easily be grouped together to create elegant, large meeting tables ideal for promoting collaborative work practices within corporate spaces.
To complement the executive desks, the modular Less system features a range of innovative accessory pieces. With the geometric essence of flat surfaces and the solidity of the metal structures, these pieces offer organization space in a discreet design. The units are made with three drawers and a hinged rear panel for electrical wiring storage and can be finished with sliders or wheels. The rotating towers on fixed bases have openings on both sides. The Less furniture series includes a modular bookcase, either open-faced or closed off, featuring open-out doors and available in various heights and lengths.