And how would you react?
And how would you react? - A passenger next to you leans on you and puts her head on your shoulder, while continuing to sleep.
HALLO WORK is inspired by Jean Prouvés Potence light. The main idea was to add the possibility of changing the height of the head and to have a concentrated spot light instead of an overall lighting. Yet we wanted to create something that is as minim...
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Zanicdesign is Advanced Transportation Design and Product Development / Zanicdesign es Diseño Avanzado de Transportes y Desarrollo de Producto.
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