EDWARD BARBER & JAY OSGERBY 2018
With the introduction of computers office and work habits have undergone a radical adjustment. Public spaces are becoming workspaces. People can now work in hotel lobbies, cafes, airports and parks. And in reverse, offices are becoming public spaces. Many companies are now creating spaces in which external visitors can relax, hold meetings or spend the day working, New behavioral patterns are have developed finding their way into the office. A sofa has become a place on which to work even though it is not necessarily suited to this task from an ergonomic viewpoint.
Soft Work suit individual needs and spaces in any office, universities, airport terminals or hotel. And perhaps a restaurant.
Straight and curved elements in single or double versions, platforms, tables, arm mounted trays, power and data connections, along with a choice of material in a wide range of colors. Soft Work offers countless possibilities for customized configurations.