Key facts

Product:
flomo train S
Family:
flomo
Manufacturer:
Westermann >
Designer:
wd3 >
Architonic ID:
20126071
Country:
Germany
Launched:
2020
Manufacturer groups :
Complementary...-Flip charts/Writing boards >
Room dividing-Privacy screen >
Sou...-Sound absorbing freestanding systems >
Groups:
Complementary...-Flip charts/Writing boards >
Room dividing-Privacy screen >
Sou...-Sound absorbing freestanding systems >

Product description

The mobile single frame transporter, flomo train S offers many configuration possibilities. As a mobile presentation element it takes up to two flomo boards in portrait format; for big ideas a frame-filling whiteboard can be integrated. Equipped with acoustic felt filler, the flomo train S becomes a flexible room divider,
shielding both optically and acoustically. With its height of 1,960 mm flomo train S – can pass through doorways, its castors make it room-independent.

Product family

Concept

flomo – expand your work.
flomo – is remarkably employable just about anywhere thoughts flow, when ideas are born and need to be arrested; while being so mobile the system can be taken practically anywhere. And flomo can do even more: conceived as a universal and highly adaptable system, it makes it possible to intuitively adapt and structure space - serving as an acoustic measure where desired. flomo is both a tool and work environment at the same time. flomo is unbeatable concerning methods and approaches; such as, Design Thinking, Agile Working, or Scrum.
Taking centre stage – the flomo board, where everything is aligned to focus on Agile work: whiteboard, writing board, notebook, sketchbook, pin board and post-it, in one. With its functional accessories, flomo goes far beyond the individual workstation, turning walls into centers of knowledge. flomo is mobile and adaptive, and affords an ability to convert entire spaces – to serve multidisciplinary, self-organizing teams of varying composition and size.
The idea for flomo emerged from the cooperation between SCOPE Architekten, WESTERMANN and the Stuttgart design and development office wd3.