Maximize the value of your space by using traditional lounge areas as your office’s collaboration and innovation hubs.
Lounge seating has the potential to be far more than just a place for guests to await their meeting or a team member to make a personal call. When designed with collaboration and innovation in mind, lounge furniture has the potential to increase the flexibility of your space, the productivity of your team and the rate at which your organization is able to collaborate and innovate.
From multipurpose individual soft seating to privacy height collaboration sofas or progressive benching, you’ll find the perfect combination of furniture for your space at Office Interiors.
ToDo by Haworth
Perfect for the boardroom or reception area, ToDo can come with smooth rolling casters or stationary legs providing an extra level of flexibility. The optional arms include a rotating arm that is interchangeable between the left or right side, a tablet with various wood finishes and a cup holder. With side seating, love-seats and sofas, ToDo creates spaces that are truly flexible and interactive.
Zola by Krug
One of Zola’s best features is its incredible versatility. Available as a bench or as a chair, linked or unlinked, with or without arms, wood or upholstered back, there is a configuration for any space. Zola is perfect for high traffic areas such as reception areas or public spaces because it’s light, sleek grace belies its superb strength and durability. GREENGUARD™ certification, replaceable components and the fact that it is made with recycled or recyclable materials mean that Zola is not only a smart choice for your wallet but also for the environment.
Cube by Arold
Completely modular, Cube offers both functionality and design. Great any public or private spaces whether commercial, institutional or hotel, it’s easy to personalize your space with Cube’s armchairs and corner chairs, Ottomans, benches and versatile storage modules. Cube offers a simple, pure and modern design aesthetic to that works in any environment.
Functional lounge seating isn’t an expense, it’s an investment.
Learn more about how space design and furniture selection, including the right lounge seating, can make a great impression on guests and influence the culture of an organization for the better in our FREE guide, Office Trends to Know: How to Enhance Productivity, Health, and Culture in the Workplace.
Ready to discover how you can use your existing space to foster collaboration and innovation? Schedule a consultation with our experts today. We’ve been helping organizations create more productive work environments for over 25 years, and we look forward to helping you design the perfect lounge area.