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Our workspace is chang­ing. Some may say we need flex­i­bil­ity and in­ter­ac­tion to be more ef­fi­cient and cre­ative at work. Choos­ing the right pieces of fur­ni­ture (chair, desk) and ac­ces­sories is key to achiev­ing this ob­jec­tive, while pro­vid­ing com­fort.

1. Based on the prin­ci­ple of hon­est de­sign, the ETO desk de­signed by Tom Fere­day for King Liv­ing – which has an alu­minium frame and a nat­u­ral tim­ber top – is the first desk in the world to of­fer an in­ter­change­able port for light­ing, power, and wire­less charg­ing. www.kingliv­ing.

2. In­spired by draw­string duf­fel bags, the Duf­fel stool and Duf­fel ot­toman by Tim Web­ber De­sign fea­ture a strip of dif­fer­en­ti­at­ing colour at the base, cre­at­ing op­tions for cus­tomi­sa­tion with dif­fer­ent fab­ric hues. https:// timweb­ber de­

3. De­signed by Taku Ku­mazawa for Ax­ona Aichi and pre­sented by Ke-zu at Den­fair, the sleek X50 chair has a flex­i­ble seat and back that moulds to the user and al­lows for ex­tremely com­pact stack­ing. It is pro­duced with re­cy­cled and re­cy­clable ma­te­ri­als.­on­




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