||||||Be Me: A single-user space where introverts can be themselves|Flow: An upright chair and traditional task-height surface for individual deep-focus work|Mindshare: Two office chairs and a slightly larger table for working in pairs|Studio: A space for single user to rest and rejuvenate|Green Room: The lounge-room design provides a relaxed environment for small-team working||
09 Jun 2014

Steelcase’s quiet revolution

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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