As a continuation of the Haven system, Haven Benches share the same design language and philosophy of collaboration. The benches are available in three lengths and can be used individually or linked. The vertical elements, bulwarks, are either attached to the bench to act as a backrest or perch or can be linked to the ...
The way offices are being used, the way people are working and the technology they use is evolving fast.
The challenges for organisations are many, but there are some common goals across business: increase flexibility, increase productivity, encourage collaboration, make work a destination, build brand collateral and recognition, reduce cost and of course do it all faster and more efficiently.
To try and embrace this, more agile workplaces are being created with the focus upon activity rather than presence, this has become widely known as ‘activity based planning'.
Introducing Haven Pods by Allermuir.
The innovative geometric design enables Haven Pods to nestle and tessellate to maximise available space, allowing the creation of a community of environments and destinations. Ideal for either an individual within a desk based environment looking for a space to concentrate or a temporary place to work, or for teams to gather for formal or impromptu meetings, presentations or to simply relax away from busier environments.
- INNOVATIVE GEOMETRIC DESIGN MAXIMISING SPACE EFFICIENCIES
- CREATES DESTINATIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS OR TEAMS
- REDUCES SURROUNDING NOISE SIGNIFICANTLY BY UP TO 50 PERCENT
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Ecoflex, designed by Justus Kolberg for Senator, is a minimal masterpiece, combining a clean understated aesthetic design with outstanding functional flexibility. Its stylish, light and built with sustainability in mind. It makes an impact on any interior without making an unnecessary impact on the environment. SIMPLICITY- Ecoflex is proof that less is more. Its calm, ...
Justus Kolberg, designer of Senator's new Circo and Ecoflex chairs, is passionate about developing chairs. "The possible variations when designing a chair are huge. This fact is what makes every architect dream of one day developing a chair." For Justus, chairs have somewhat of a "human dimension;" they are very important because they accompany us ...