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. com.au
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 design.com
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. www.axonaaichi.com