Our K-Geist 100 Version 1.0 transfusion station is sufficient to administer artistic spirit to one individual at a time. Well-suited for use in smaller spaces, the apparatus was first presented to the public in September 2012 in Munich. It went into operation during special action weeks, and after a positive reception and rising demand the follow-up model Version 2.0 was designed:
Our K-Geist 100 Version 1.0 transfusion station is sufficient to administer artistic spirit to one individual at a time.
The K-Geist 100 Version 2.0 transfusion station is ideal for use in large, high-ceilinged spaces that can accommodate 200 to 300 people.
A key element in its all-new design is the canopy structure, which consists of three rings holding a total of 250 K-Geist transfusion bottles. Visible from afar, this structure combines with a wall-mounted logo, circular rug and a runner, bringing unity to the space in both length and height. The artistic spirit is piped from the transfusion station up to the bottles via a vertical pillar. It then runs into the network of transfusion tubes and bottles positioned at the twelve K-Geist 100 outlet points.
Detail of the K-Geist 100 Version 2.0 transfusion station