Work Desks + Workstation Systems

The meaning of work is no longer what it used to be. Work cultures have evolved, and so have work processes. Work is no longer a mere obligation but takes on a vibrant, exhilarating new identity. And the design for the workspaces of the future should reflect these ebbs and flows to make work more productive, efficient and fun – with work that feels like play. Work routines no longer revolve around static cubicles or monotonous desks; instead, they adapt to the ever-changing landscape, which is thoughtfully designed. From minimalist workstations to ergonomically tailored desks, in this article, we’ll see what’s trending and here to stay.

The power of modularity at ‘work’.

Pun intended. Wilkhahn brings a striking, lightweight modular table solution with Versa. One that can tailor itself depending on the room’s spatial constraints, the number of people using it and the overarching design concept it houses in. The innovative bayonet lock connects the frame and top, enabling effortless assembly, extension, reduction, or disassembly without additional tools or technical know-how. Take a pick from different shapes and sizes, a varied colour palette and a surface catalogue to suit your design theme.

Versatility and customisability at its best.

Compose workspaces echo what work culture is today – diverse purposes, needs, and environments. This range of office furniture crafted skillfully by Haworth allows for complete liberty in reconfiguring workplaces without increasing investment in the future. It accommodates the most advanced technology requirements and provides 90 and 120-degree work applications. This system offers unparalleled versatility in panel-based and freestanding applications, providing a refined aesthetic that harmonises effortlessly with various design concepts. Choose from different screen and panel options to explore its wealth of design possibilities.

Where less is more, in every square inch.

Canvas Vista places people at the centre of its architectural vision and design philosophy. It is a no-frills workstation solution that allows for maximum space utilisation. Crafted to boost focus and privacy, it comes with innovative inserts that can be moved into and out of open-frame screens. Its elevated power and data channel that lets two-sided storage fit beneath shows the mastery of its design. It is available in different widths, heights, legal shapes and leg colours. It is also height-adjustable and smartly modular, skillfully aligning form with function.

A balanced equation.

Chemistry H/A is a workstation solution that is posture-focused and highly ergonomic. Its height-adjustable desks factor in the distinctive needs of each individual to create a personalised and comfortable work desk. Efficient, adaptable and 99% recyclable, it has scalloped cable access that enhances its aesthetics. It also has the option to add universal screens along with cable trays and risers to declutter and organise. Choose from varied elegant finishes and redefine the office experience.

Concentrate, cooperate, and collaborate.

Coming from a brand that exalts functionality, Cellular epitomises the marriage of form and function. Dubbed as the world’s smallest open-plan office, this new-age workstation solution is modular, combinable and undeniably a visual delight. It allows for the curation of a space with a choice between the chic embrace of chairs or the plush comfort of sofas. Choose the preferred configuration, with or without the panels. The wide range of colours and fabrics the Brunner Group offers will ensure you embark on a design journey and create an inspiring workspace.

Adaptability packed in a trapezoid.

The Snow seating collection has become a contemporary classic due to its whimsical design, versatility for both indoor and outdoor use, and the convenience of being stackable. These chairs are crafted from polypropylene infused with glass fibres and produced through the gas air moulding technique, resulting in a sturdy yet lightweight construction.

A pop of colour and flexibility.

Who said that adaptable furniture systems had to confine themselves to mundane designs? Indi by Boss Design introduces a pop of colour through its tables’ legs to jazz up a workspace without disturbing its formal universe. It also offers a stunning glass top to enhance its aesthetic appeal. Aiming to transform how one works, Indi prioritises ergonomic design, placing the user’s well-being at the forefront. It is crafted in five sizes and three table shapes; it offers endless customisation possibilities that can integrate with any design style, right from the chic minimalistic to the rugged industrial.

Designed for agile workspaces at offices and homes.

Wing’s frame finds its muse in the sawhorse of working tables that guarantee absolute flexibility. It has a large, rounded, contemporary top that aids in creating a relaxed yet efficient atmosphere. From the same collection, Wing can be further customized with acoustic panels, a refined brass reading lamp, and trays in wood or metal attached through a magnetic system along its central channel, which handles power supply and cable management. The acoustic panels also add privacy, equipping one to create a micro-personal environment from a macro-sharing one. It comes in impressive variants, too.

A minimalistic silhouette, maximalist style.

The Extra Table should be at the top of the list if a design is meant to serve as an intersection between practicality and contemporary aesthetics. It could serve as a statement piece with a multitude of surface options and offer stability and strength that is often required of chameleonic tables. With a large surface top and power/data integration option for modern connectivity needs through a hinged lid, Extra Table is meticulously crafted by a brand known for its sustainability.

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