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An ergonomic furniture system for the libraries of the future, conceived as sanctuaries of information that should facilitate learning through an atmosphere of calm and peace.

Midori is based on organic and rounded forms, as well as the use of natural materials that are perfectly integrated into an environment open to nature. With a commitment to parametric design, the furniture contemplates storage for both physical and digital material, and incorporates augmented reality technologies through which to consult them. 

This thesis responds to the challenge set by the company SEDUS to students from the Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design and Product Design programmes: to conceive new educational spaces and experiences for schools, institutions, private organisations and virtual environments.

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