The new workplace acts more like a living room than a holding pen for corporate drones.
Focus divider by Tengbom
. Meant as a temporary haven for an open office plan
, this structure improves upon the old cubicle model with a clerestory window and a laminated felt interior.
Polo desktop light by Joan Gaspar
. The slim LED lamp can be reconfigured with the addition of a base, clamp, table, floor stand, or wall bracket.
Stitch acoustic panel by Stefan Borselius
. For a cozy Scandinavian take on an office sound absorber, try Abstracta’s quilted fabric version on ash legs.
Träullit tiles by Form Us With Love
. Wall tiles
soak up background noise and provide a jolt of pattern and color. This iteration—made in Sweden from wood wool, cement, and water—also helps regulate a room’s humidity thanks to the composite material’s high absorption rate.
. An unobtrusive powder-coated steel bracket conceals a fire extinguisher and a first aid kit but provides easy access in case of an emergency.
Docks by Till Grosch
and Björn Meier
. Enclosed upholstered seating is the trend du jour. This sofa, available in 57 colors of Kvadrat fabric, also includes a central “e-box” for hiding cables.