Posts Tagged ‘furniture’

With emerging technologies driving a major rethink of office design, this year’s Clerkenwell Design Week showcased several alternative solutions for workplace interiors and furniture. This annual event, taking over London’s Clerkenwell, is said to hold the highest number of architects and designers per square mile in...

The farmhouse workstation was developed by Software Advice‘s Don Fornes, in collaboration with Wendy Dunnam Tita at Dunnam Tita Architecture + Interiors. The principle design tenant was openness, the aim was to furnish collaboration and coworking. As with all open workspaces, it was important not to stifle...

Feiz Design Studio designed the Alpha desk programme for the Dutch furniture company Kembo. The design was a direct response to the changing ethos of the office, allowing for greater flexibility and more freedom. Great office furniture adapts to the requirements of the working environment in which employees find...

WorkNest is a flexible desk system which allows its users to configure and modify the working environment which they inhabit.  Although this workspace concept is still only in the conceptual phases, we absolutely love the design and variability of it! According to the designer Wiktoria Lenart, the project was aimed at...

As open space offices have started to become the norm in the modern working environment, office furnishings have had to adapt and improve to fit within this type of office concept. Activity Spaces is a new product line from Knoll, partnered with Antenna Design, that aims to allow companies to customise their...

The typical office desk is usually characterised as a simple and formal piece of office furniture. Kuubo takes an innovative approach to the humble office desk, it was created by the Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa for the Swiss furniture manufacturer Vitra. The desk aims to be stylish and functional by providing...

Made of wood and natural bristles, ‘Pratonzolo’ is a stylish desk organiser that adds a touch of nature into your office. The soft bristles which appear as artificial grass do the function of holding small objects such as pencils, pens and business cards. It was designed by Italian product designer Max Battaglia of...

Finding beautiful furniture to put in your office can often be difficult, so this is why here at eOffice we like to feature beautiful office friendly furniture from time to time. This collection is by Jory Bringham, bringing together both style and quality to make some stunningly elegant pieces that would fit...

The Paperweight Desk is the perfect environmentally sustainable office furniture, it is clear and simple, focusing on functionality and sleek design. This environmentally sustainable office furniture is extremely light, yet surprisingly strong given that is is composed of 74% recycled paper and 26%...

The Shop at Bluebird, a very prominent contemporary lifestyle store in Chelsea, is  now the first retail space for Lee Broom – one of the UK’s  most exciting young designers. His “shop within a shop” showcases a variety of his furniture designs, which he is extremely well known for in the industry. Broom trained with...