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Lotiv

Chris Garcia and Katherine Arndt
5th Years, Winners of Interior Design's HiP Award — Tables Category
Associate Professor Neal Hubbell

K-State College of Architecture, Planning and Design (APDesign); Interior Architecture and Product Design; furniture design student work by Chris Garcia, Katherine Ardnt; Lotiv is designed for the evolving workplace and need for more flexible surfaces to support activity in casual spaces.

Work happens everywhere today. Light in scale and convenient, pull up the Lotiv table for those scheduled gatherings or the more serendipitous moments. Lotiv derived from a design collaboration with Kansas State University students and OFS Brands who studied the evolving workspace and identified the need for more flexible surfaces to support activity in casual spaces. Purposeful details such as an inline handle for mobility and a device groove to keep screens readily accessible elevate Lotiv’s utility.

K-State College of Architecture, Planning and Design (APDesign); Interior Architecture and Product Design; furniture design student work by Chris Garcia, Katherine Ardnt; Lotiv is designed for the evolving workplace and need for more flexible surfaces to support activity in casual spaces.

K-State College of Architecture, Planning and Design (APDesign); Interior Architecture and Product Design; furniture design student work by Chris Garcia, Katherine Ardnt; Lotiv is designed for the evolving workplace and need for more flexible surfaces to support activity in casual spaces.

K-State College of Architecture, Planning and Design (APDesign); Interior Architecture and Product Design; furniture design student work by Chris Garcia, Katherine Ardnt; Lotiv is designed for the evolving workplace and need for more flexible surfaces to support activity in casual spaces.