Few workplace structures and working practices have been undergoing such a radical transformation since computers have been introduced. Public spaces are transforming into workspaces, and people can now function in lobbies, cafés, airports or even parks via connectivity technologies. To this end, the revolutionary Soft Work seating system, unified by experience from home, office and the public sector, was developed and developed by Vitra and the designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby. Soft Work has built a method in which table workstations are spread around the landscape in a sitting setting rather than constructing a working atmosphere centered on tables with peripheral sofas. Soft Work presents both individuals and teams with a multifaceted forum. Apart from ergonomic seating options, comfortable table surfaces, power outlets and loading stations are also provided for users.
Finishes: Extensive range available – polished or powder-coated base
Materials: Die-cast alunimium, polyurethane foam, goose feathers & down, veneered plywood, powder-coated steel
Dimensions: Extensive range available – enquire for configuration options
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3D CAD models: Available
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