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Vepa’s Moi lounge furniture range features bench seats, privacy screens and lounge elements with modular dimensions.
If you decide to choose a privacy screen with acoustic filling, you not only create a visual, but also a sound-absorbing partition.
The Re-felt filling is a very sustainable choice because it is made from the residual material of our own upholstery department and recycled work clothing. Our Refelt mats have excellent sound absorbing qualities. Better than conventional and less sustainable solutions. That is why we use this in all our acoustic walls. New products made from residual material, that is what we like to see!
To discover how we do this, please visit the recycling of textile page.
Moi offers a suitable solution for every space and situation. Privacy can easily be created by mounting a partition (privacy) screen to the Moi bench. This doesn’t have to be done immediately, but can also be done afterwards.
Moi lounge elements offer a wide range of possibilities: storage and seating space, planter, lighting and electricity. These elements are fully upholstered or provided with a melamine top.
The single, duo and three-seat benches can be designed entirely according to your whishes with seperate back sections, armrests and mounted partition screens. Choose between a backrest that spans an entire bench, half a bench or only a third of a bench. This way, all sitting, working and meeting setups imaginable can be created. If more privacy is desired, you can also opt for a mounted partition screen.
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Are you adding accessories or electrics to your configuration? Then click on the specific item in the image rendering for all the options in terms of colour, finish and upholstery.
Completed your configuration? Save the configuration via the pdf or make a request with your configuration.
Your personal configuration will be added to this request and is then available to us. If you have additional questions or specific information about this request, please add them below under "Message".
For the complete specifications of Moi: see product sheet under “Documents”
Moi is locally designed, developed and produced.
Local production: Vepa distinguishes itself by producing everything in its own, local facilities. Our own wood, sheet steel, tubular steel, powder coating, wood spray, upholstery and final assembly departments form a complete production circle within a single company. By producing close to the sales market we keep distances small and CO2 emissions minimal.
LCA: By using independent LCAs (life cycle analysis) we reveal the environmental impact of a product. In product development we can greatly improve later designs by carrying out an LCA in the initial phase. In addition, an LCA also provides insight into the main factors responsible for the environmental damage. We then use these factors as starting points for redesign or as focal points for improvement. The LCAs are carried out in accordance with ISO 14044.
FSC® and PEFC: Vepa only uses certified wood. The FSC® and PEFC labels stand for responsible and sustainable forest management. Responsible forest management meets three criteria: it takes account of the environment, respects social aspects (such as the rights of local communities and forest workers) and is economically viable. Moreover, wood is the number one bio-based resource by nature.
TPAC (Timber Procurement Assessment Committee): Timber to be supplied or timber processed in products to be supplied must comply with the Dutch Procurement Criteria for Timber according to the Socially Responsible Procurement criteria. FSC® and PEFC are both systems that have been approved by the Dutch state secretary.
SRP criteria: Vepa complies with the SRP criteria drawn up by the central government. The national criteria for socially responsible procurement (SRP) for office furniture are available via the SRP criteria tool (https://www.mvicriteria.nl/en/webtool).