So, following on from last weeks post, on London Design Week, I said that I would focus more on commercial and residential design elements. So I am going to concentrate on my cool finds for the commercial sector today.
It can be pretty hard to stand out from the crowd these days, whether you are in the hospitality sector or the IT sector, but one way to do it is with your interior.
Here are some amazing products that I found over at London Design Week that will really help you to make a statement….
Acrylicize, based in the UK are an innovative company bringing art & design installations to the commercial sector. Put it this way, if you have a blank wall in the reception area, the lobby or even the stairwell, these guys will design a one off piece of art, that will encompass your company’s personality and wow your clients.
They have worked with numerous high profile clients and I cannot wait for the opportunity to work with these guys. 🙂
Abstracta are a furniture company based in Sweden. But it was not their furniture that caught my eye. Designed for workspaces, they have launched a range of sound absorbing panels, that are made from fabric. These panels are not just functional but they are also beautifully designed.
They also design large scale installation pieces for hotels, universities, etc, as you can see here below.
Prooff is an innovative product design company based in the Netherlands. All of their products are designed to not only adapt to the way that we work, but to challenge it also.
Above are the SitTable and the Worksofa. Both designs revolve around the way that we communicate with each other in our workspace, and how this communication is evolving all the time.
The Earchair, above was designed to explore the concept of a private domain which lives comfortably within a public space. A proper resting place in the middle of it all, a flexible & social meeting ground that can exist almost anywhere. With offices becoming more open plan, I think that this could be the perfect solution to get away from it all for a few minutes.
I hope that you enjoyed this weeks post and got some ideas for your workplace.
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