Hybrid spaces and surroundings

Hybrid spaces and surroundings are gaining popularity due to the flexibility, adaptability, and convenience they provide to employees and employers alike. Hybrid spaces involve combining different types of environments or zones to create a flexible and adaptable workspace. Meanwhile, hybrid surroundings refer to the integration of virtual and physical environments within a hybrid space, which enables employees to work in a physical space while also having access to digital tools and platforms. By offering such benefits, hybrid spaces and surroundings have become a popular choice for modern office design.

Galileo 360 helps users to create hybrid surroundings and environments with flexible combinations that prioritize comfort and flexibility.

Timeless Sustainability

Office furniture companies are adopting sustainable practices by utilizing waste materials from other industries. Recyclable plastics, as well as natural materials like sheep’s wool, hemp fibers, and rice hulls, are being used in order to reduce environmental impact.

Learn more about A+S Work, where the entire design and manufacturing process adheres to strict circular economy principles. The chair is constructed entirely of plastic, which facilitates its reuse, replacement, and recycling. It can be fully disassembled and repaired, element by element, which extends the product’s lifecycle.

Flat Pack

Flat pack design is becoming a major force in industrial product design due to its practicality and eco-friendliness. This approach involves creating products that can be easily disassembled and packaged in a flat format for transportation and storage. This philosophy offers several benefits, including reduced shipping costs and a smaller environmental footprint due to the pack’s reduced size and weight.

Discover more about Movably Pro, which has been designed for easy disassembly and to occupy minimal space, making it ideal for flat pack storage and transport.