||||||||||||Industrial Facility’s feature-packed Locale system for Herman Miller|Fuseproject’s Public products for Herman Miller’s Living Office system|Locale is visually lighter and more open than its cubicle predecessors|Founded on the idea of connectivity. Public is a ‘listening’ system|Legs are hidden away as they prevent people from gathering around|Haworth turned to Patricia Urquiola for its new Openest’s Sprig tables have a distinctly domestic character|Chick, a pouf with a pivoting section that can be raised, turning it into a chair|Openest’s Sprig tables have a distinctly domestic character|Steelcase’s Quiet Spaces, temporary sanctuary from open-plan working|Quiet Spaces is seen as the solution to a uniquely American problem|”Essentially some nicely designed glazed boxes populated by a variety of furniture and colours”||
22 Sep 2014

America and the cull of the cubicle

Words by James McLachlan

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