We invited designers Amber Peters from Bluehaus, and Julie Thom from AAID, to review Interstuhl’s latest and incredibly unique modular work system, HUB. With so many moving parts and configurations (and a swing thrown in!), it was hard not to fall in love.
The nature of work has changed. What people need from their workspaces is changing. And the office as we know it will continue to change. Interstuhl is well aware of this, and in preparation for a new world of work, decided to re-imagine workspace solutions.
The result is their exciting new venture, HUB, a versatile modular system for creatively designing individual and collaborative office spaces. After careful analysis, HUB has been developed to address current and future workspace challenges using an innovative approach to furniture design.
Volker Eysing, designer of HUB, describes it as being all about finding solutions to working in a world that is becoming increasingly digitalised. “HUB is flexible in every regard, has a comfortable ambience, and is the perfect tool for today’s office environment.”
“Interstuhl has come a long way since our first chair,” says Brian Dowling, Director GCC. “We kicked off in 1961 during the booming textile industry in Southern Germany. Starting with the bi-regulette, Interstuhl has always delivered solutions that fit the needs of the time.”