Coworking – How to design and decorate these new hybrid office
Coworking spaces have become baseline elements of start-up, freelance, and digital nomadic culture. These new types of spaces to work and collaborate are constantly gaining traction these days.
How should these hybrid office spaces be furnished? They’re all about mobility and flexibility: a style of design that alternates zones for discussion and relaxation with quiet corners built for concentration. Accentuated with partition walls, coworking spaces switch between silent rooms for sustained work and concentration and large tables and lounge corners perfect for a chat. These are adjustable living spaces that end up being much like “home”. And so, the new way to decorate these unusual spaces is with a specific type of furnishings that await your discovery in this selection.
Silence Sound Center & Pergola chairs
The SSC armchair is not just a chair to lounge in, but a real workstation, with its shelf and glass side panels. It has been designed to enhance concentration in coworking spaces or noisy environments. Padded and soundproofed, it allows you to work in total tranquility. This piece includes USB and electrical outlets, as well as a lamp. Simply brilliant!
The “Pal” desk lamp
MINISO HONG KONG LIMITED
Contrasting antique and modern elements come together here: this desk lamp looks like a traditional rice-paper lantern, yet at the same time, it charges with a USB cable. This mobile lamp shows real flair with its off-kilter base.
Undeniable comfort, sensual lines…such is the Form chair designed by Simon Legald for NORMANN COPENHAGEN. Available in a range of classic colors, its Scandinavian look is sure to blend in beautifully to any part of a coworking space.
USM Haller desks and storage furniture
Minimal, sustainable, and innovative, designs from USM are both timeless and seriously efficient. USM modular furniture systems, both practical and desirable, are based on a set of steel tubing and connective balls. It’s furniture you can adjust any which way you like.
Chairs HOFF collection
The Hoff collection has been designed for modular spaces where flexibility is the name of the game. Its variety of seating and footstools can create a sofa, or an entire lounge and discussion space.
The rounded corners of the N701 sofa from Jacques Deneef have been designed to perfectly embrace the curves of a room or to create a fully rounded composition. This is seating that creates a perfect nook within a coworking space.
BIN is a wastebasket like no other. Its capacity expands as it fills up: the more waste it holds, to more it stretches out. Let’s just hope that this brilliant invention won’t get an over-inflated ego!
Framery Q meeting room
Looking for a conference room that can be assembled in a flash and moved to adjust to changes in coworking spaces? Look no further: here’s Framery Q. Its soundproofing allows you to conduct interviews and hold meetings or brainstorming sessions in total privacy within a noisy open-space environment.
Biny Table lamp
The Biny Table #231 desk lamp from Jacques Biny hasn’t aged a bit. Its robotic, or any other animated character, style shouldn’t fool you into thinking it’s not ingenious. This French designer envisioned it with wings that direct light over the workspace using a control knob. For soft, effective lighting, this reissued version uses LED technology.
In the heart of open-space offices, shelving plays a new role in defining and personalizing spaces. The Studio shelf unit has been specially designed by ETHNICRAFT for this new type of workspace. Its open design is an invitation to display personal objects and make the office a truly vibrant, unique living space.
Freestanding space partitions Paper Softwall
Coworking spaces are ever-changing by nature. This modular system of self-supporting partitions designed by MOLO perfectly meets this need for flexible solutions.
Each folding screen stretches out to your desired length and to fit with other pieces using magnets. Its paper Softwall panels are partially made from recycled fibers and are themselves fully recyclable.
Bento box Expanded Single
Within coworking spaces, the kitchen area is a place to gather, where everyone can meet for lunch. And here, lunch boxes are making a major comeback! Available in a multitude of colors, Bento Boxes are microwave- and dishwasher-safe.