The tertiary sector, affected by the health crisis, is rebounding with even more versatile development requests in order to adapt to face-to-face and remote services, A trend that is taking hold. However, manufacturers have a head start. Already innovating solutions of flexibility, modularity, ergonomics, they are more than ever at the rendezvous, adding to their cords, the home office, linked to teleworking, in their office solutions …
Rigueur et simplicité
Multiple combinations are available for the arrangement of individual or group spaces thanks to modular desks and storage, custom configurations and à la carte finishes.
BK Contract, A1, well-thought-out comprehensive program from the Spanish designer, Gabriel Teixido.
The smooth lines of this desk allow for worktable, conference or meeting configurations. With the mobile or fixed chairs, the whole imposes a timeless presence.
Fritz Hansen, Pluralis table, Kasper Salto design, Little Girafe adjustable chair, Arne Jacobsen design.
Designed for the tertiary and residential sectors, this range of tables offers multiple formats, in order to adapt to interchangeable life sequences: hotels, offices, home offices. Its added value? Its eco-responsible aspect: each model is made of 68% recyclable materials and 99% recyclable.
Herman Miller, table collection, Civic, design Sam Hecht and Kim Colin.
Specialized in B toB since 2012, Moore Design collaborated with Studio Boy for this office development project for the Lansrod company. The brand produces a custom-made corner bench and table to meet the need for reduced workspace. It also collaborates with a panel of French and international design furniture brands.
The Japanese brand combines a homogeneous and modular program. Desks and chairs can be stacked for storage or unfolded, depending on the activity. Axona Aichi collection, Tipo, tray with integrated courtesy panel, chair in recycled PET and PP mesh, distributed in France by PHS
This height-adjustable table system responds to new, less formal ways of working. It allows you to create different poles depending on the tasks, from job change to collaborative platforms.
Vitra, Tyde tables, design Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec,
This table or desk at two heights promotes exchanges or formal and informal meetings. Wood or aluminum version, it fits into any space. On request, housing for cables integrated into the tray.
1500 table, design Wolfgang CR Mezger.
Always in tune with the times, the famous designer has captured the trend of teleworking by imagining the Smart wood collection. Lightweight and ergonomic, this individual desk complies with tertiary and home office standards, complemented by chairs and bookcases.
Kartell, Al wood desk, design Philippe Stark.