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Ergonomic and compact, Blue Lounge’s new perfectly designed base docks your device in a tilted rest position for greater comfort checking texts, tapping apps, or crunching numbers on the phone’s calculator—while it charges. Advanced Japanese micro-suction rails keep it rock solid in place while using devices and allows user to dock and undock device with a single hand. Smoothly finished soft rubber lining keeps phone snug while charging or in use. No sticky surfaces that can leave residue behind. If your iPhone lives in acase, don't worry, just remove the rubber lining and slot your phone right in.
Look at the some of the sleekest accessories for our tech-driven life and chances are they're from Bluelounge. In addition to its own branded products, the award-winning international company has received commissions from corporations looking for similarly functional minimalist solutions, including Airwalk, Microsoft, Panasonic and designer Trina Turk. Co-founder (with Melissa Sunjaya) and creative director Dominic Symons can hardly envision a different path. "I have always been entrepreneurial," he says. "So it was a very natural process for me to break away from a regular job and trying my hand at building my own company. Design is my passion so whatever type of company I create would always be design driven."
Swiss-born Dominic studied at Art Center College of Design in Switzerland and Pasadena and worked in San Francisco for an architecture firm before starting Bluelounge in 1999. His work has garnered industry awards including the Red Dot Award, IDEA, Good Design and Sparks. Museum honors include nomination for the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award and exhibition at Milan Salon Satellite and Pasadena Museum of California Art’s Design Biennial.