Naps and jungle gyms. It may sound like preschool, but this is what the future of offices and public spaces looks like. Check out these options—plus some more exciting products at Neocon 2016.
Wire brushing and patented “saw effect” scratching options give this sustainable product, which combines real oak veneer with high quality MDF panels, a unique level of customization in terms of look, budget, and interior applications.
(Courtesy Clarus Glassboards)
With concealed mounting hardware and nearly flush lines, the float whiteboard can easily be added to a conference room or collaborative space. Any marker can be used on the surface and will clean up easily without leaving any marks.
Oblivion allows for a completely customizable working space—perfect for creating individual stations in large open floor plans. Each cylindrical office, from size and height to interior shelving and finishes, is tailored to each customer’s need.
Interior architect and furniture designer Jonas Van Put creates furniture and art installations with steel that challenge social norms and attempt to change the way people interact. This funky work-lounge offers a playful alternative to normal informal meeting spaces.
The QuickStand Lite is the newest addition to Humanscale’s line of sit-stand equipment. The moveable platform features an innovative counterbalance mechanism for easy transition between postures that can be attached to any existing desk.
The result of years of research, this private slumber chamber is designed to create the ideal space for short snoozes to improve productivity. The contour of the chair takes pressure off of the cardiac system, while i20 technology allows nappers to start a 20-minute sleep cycle with specially devised rhythms that play through built-in speakers.
Sanna by Pablo
A special collaboration between lighting designer Pablo and Teknion, Sanna is meant to evoke a softness and warmth. The lamp is composed of a steel base, heather felt, a polycarbonate shade, and a high-output LED with a chip on board light engine.
B-Free is a full range of completely modular furniture that adapts to the ever-changing workplace. There are a variety of seating options that can be combined with desks, tables, screens, and charging stations to create a multitude of different spaces to allow for collaboration and conversation.
(Courtesy CSL Lighting)
Offered in 20 colorful finishes, CSL® (Creative Systems Lighting)’s sleek LED Cylinders pack an impressive LED punch. They are 90% efficient, 0.99 power factor, and UL/C-UL listed.