The Steelcase innovation legacy began when they received their first patent in 1914. Looking back, it’s clear their company has always been about looking forward. Collectively, their past, present and future are all about turning insights into innovations that unlock the promise of people at work and make the world a better place. According to Xavier Fuchs, Regional Sales Director, Middle East & Sub-Saharan Africa, Steelcase wants to help transform the workplace and education industries into smart and connected spaces which inspire the best performances, increase engagement, promote active learning and foster creativity and wellness among employees and students: “We want to make a meaningful change to the healthcare sector through spaces which enhance the wellbeing, empathy and connection of clinicians, patients and families”.
As an organisation that values and prioritizes innovation, Fuchs points out that they look forward to connecting with the A&D community to make this happen: “We see Love That Design as a valuable platform and partner through which we can ignite conversation with those most interested.”