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4.9.1

€637
€637

by Emko

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4,91drawer
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Eco-effectiveness and sustainability degree of the product

i Reused / Recycled materials 0%

i Recyclable materials 100%

i Renewable materials 100%

i Toxic free 0%

i Non petroleum plastics 100%

Transport Emitions generated from origin to the factory 1.67kg CO2

i Type of energy used Not renewable

i Generated Emisions from Energetic consume Sin datos

Made in Lithuania

Product weight 35kg

Distance kg CO2 eq
100 km 0.502 kg CO2 eq
500 km 2.5 kg CO2 eq
1.000 km 33.8 kg CO2 eq
3.000 km 101.4 kg CO2 eq
6.000 km 202.8 kg CO2 eq
10.000 km 338 kg CO2 eq
15.000 km 508 kg CO2 eq

Use life cycle 0 years

Aesthetical life cycle 0 years

Emisions generated by Material 1 11.1 kg CO2 eq

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4.9.1 designed by Emko

The unusual name of the desk 4.9 has a story to tell: it reflects designer’s Marius Valaitis desire to play with the concepts of perfection vs. flaw. For that it’s almost five, missing just a tiny bit. This translates in the angles of the desktop, which, at its end, has a “crack”, a slit not just for storage, but also to bring closure to the desk’s core idea. The “imperfection” aside, all the details of this piece of furniture have been made with perfect accuracy. It not only brings convenience and efficiency to work, but adds a little bit of style to it as well. Beauty cannot be empty, for sure but functionality can be beautiful.

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Characteristics of 4.9.1

Main Material Lithuanian ash wood chipboard Secondary Material Lithuanian ash solid wood
Main Colour Wood Width (cm) 76
Depth (cm) 80 Height (cm) 70
Dimensions (Packed) 95x85x21 Weight Packed (Kg.) 41.0000
Weight (Kg.) 35

General description of 4.9.1

The unusual name of the desk 4.9 has a story to tell: it reflects designer’s Marius Valaitis desire to play with the concepts of perfection vs. flaw. For that it’s almost five, missing just a tiny bit. This translates in the angles of the desktop, which, at its end, has a “crack”, a slit not just for storage, but also to bring closure to the desk’s core idea. The “imperfection” aside, all the details of this piece of furniture have been made with perfect accuracy. It not only brings convenience and efficiency to work, but adds a little bit of style to it as well. Beauty cannot be empty, for sure but functionality can be beautiful.