Workspace design- the changing horizon of 2019
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Don't judge a book by it's cover
Inspired by everyone’s favourite 80’s toy, the Rubik’s Cube, designer George Bosnas re-imagined the idea of a bookcase for Anesis.
The perfect chair to curl up into and read a book, yet formal enough for the workspace environment.
It's not all about books, sometimes the greatest source of inspiration comes from newspapers and magazines. This Stellar Works magazine rack holds all that knowledge in style.
Rocking and reading, this beautiful piece by De La Espada is calming and comforting, ideal for a cocooning library.
Green with envy
The design of the teak lounge PLATEAU is characterised by a visually floating solid teak platform bearing an inviting cubic upholstery landscape.
A great table for meetings or al fresco lunches. Its aluminium build and ceramic top are resilient and durable for year round use.
The shape of the chair, and particularly the armrests, is inspired by the mating dance of male ostriches banjooli in the Wolof language- who stretch out their wings to show off their beauty to the female. This is part of the MAfrique.
This Plant room divider offers an original way to put flowers and plants into a workspace environment.
Space- the jack of all trades
Creating very flexible spaces, that can host collaborative meetings one minute, then solo work the next.
Workbench style table that has multiple uses dependent on the task at hand.
Ideal solution for large meetings, stand-ups and project kick-offs.
This desk can be used in a variety of ways, by a variety of different people. Toal workstation flexibility.
Brightening up any child friendly space within the workplace.
This really fun pouf brings out the inner child in all of us. Ideal for a nursery or creche facility within a workspace.
This set of table and chairs provide the perfect backdrop for children to undertake their creative pursuits.
Tactile and textured this large pouf doubles up as a play toy and a seat. It's great colourways add some cheer to a space too.
The thick velvet upholstery of this very sophisticated chair, helps to absorb noise, working within a space to increase its acoustic quality.
Whether there is a wall divide or not this screen is both acoustically great and a brilliant tool to create zones within a home office environment.
This desk by Tortie Hoare Furniture is simple and timeless, its size also makes it ideal for a home workspace.
The ultimate in soundproofing, this acoustic board adds texture and intrigue to the walls of a home office, while helping to maintain a consistent sound level inside the room.