Interpret™ is a contemporary desking system that works for virtually any person, any task, anywhere in the world. Based on a core platform frame and concise set of reconfigurable components, Interpret allows you to make the office your own.
Adaptable and scalable, the innovative core structure can easily be installed, built upon, extended or fully reconfigured to adapt to new demands, changing demographics, advances in technology and evolving work patterns.
istrict echoes the work of mid-century modernists who designed office furniture with characteristically low, horizontal lines. The elegant architectural furniture of this period had a remarkable transparency achieved by elevated cabinets, overlapping surfaces and a refined scale. District uses and reinterprets these elements for the modern office.
The private office, long a distinguishing feature of the corporate world, is evolving into a new kind of space. Dossier is classic casegoods furniture with a clean architectural look. Layered surfaces and upper storage combine in multiple ways to meet user needs and spatial constraints. Low storage doubles as bench seating for visitors. Technology support is fully integrated into furniture design.
Collaboration today is vital, but so is the ability to focus. Consequently, the private office remains essential for those who require periods of concentration. Although private offices are often occupied for only a fraction of the day, the focus they support is fundamental. At the same time, most people’s work varies over the course of a day and those who require privacy also collaborate and attend meetings.
PUNT — LITERATURA
Literatura is an open bookcase featuring a small, distinctive storage unit on casters ideal for displaying and storing books, works of art, music, photos, souvenirs and what-nots. Literatura integrates with all kinds of architecture and interior design works. This “light, balanced collection of cubby holes” can also be used as a room partition.
PUNT — STOCKHOLM
Mava is an elegant wooden armchair with a solid oak or walnut wood frame. Its light appearance makes it the perfect guest chair by bringing a unique element of warmth to smaller spaces. Mava is inspired by the image of original wooden clothes-pegs from the early 20th century. Its legs are similarly slotted to hold the backrest, which has a wide, open form that seems to fly in the wind like a piece of laundry.