Like it’s historic ancestors Gaius & Julius are rather a piece of artwork than a simple zone-definer, that is a key characteristic in any office space, they are a strong and charming addition to your space that provide designated zones without the harshness of solid partitions and walls.
We love how the intricate and delicate history has evolved into something simple and modern that stays within the same family. Through the soft lines & curves, paired with the strong structure of the wooden frame, Gaius & Julius are available with either a flat sheer fabric panel or an acoustic board. Providing privacy, sound absorption and visual differentiation.
Julius embodies pillars and columns to become a space deﬁner that brings fun and variation into the oﬃce.
A slimmer version of Gaius, Julius gives designers an exciting and flexible way to zone spaces. The two products have been created to work seamlessly together, adding variety and depth to your workspace.
Gaius Julius Caesar was the famous ruler of the Roman Empire, an empire world renown for it’s strength, innovation and construction, which continues to influence many aspects of today’s society.
It seemed fitting to give the same name to a brand new space-defining structure that was inspired from the curves and pillars so well associated to ancient Roman architecture. Gaius & Julius began to take shape in the form of a strong wooden frame with gentle curves. Reflecting the original construction, dating back over 2000 years, we see the beautiful long standing elegance being reborn into zoning products for today’s office environment.
Tracy Drury is a vibrant member of the Stansons Studio, crafting original, trend-led products. Whilst juggling a full time design role at Laura Ashley, Tracy studied interior design and CAD at the Dublin Institute of Design.
Fast forward to today she’s mixing her creative flare, experience and passion for sustainability to create beautiful, environmentally conscious pieces. The result? Elegant, ethically fabricated and long lasting products for the workspace.
I’ve always admired ancient Roman architecture, even from an early age in art classes at secondary school with Mrs Kirwick (can’t believe I remember her name!), I found it fascinating. Taking inspiration from arches, columns and the pill-shape, I was looking for a new and stylish product, something designed for residential settings that could be adapted for the office.
I started sketching and the concept of Gaius & Julius was born.
Then the amazing team (as they always do!) set out to make the unique, attractive and versatile product we see today. Although the concept was born with my iPad and pen, it really was a studio collaboration.
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