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The new working advantage

Reimagine the office with these 6 fresh pieces.

Studio TK's Cesto collection is chic and flexible. For the planned or impromptu, the mobile collection of seating and occasional tables offers a nimble approach to social gatherings. Cesto, spanish for “basket”, is a collection of interactive seating and table elements designed to address the dynamic collaborative and social behaviors typical of today’s work environment. studiotk.com
Former id Design Awards judge David Rockwell designed one of Knoll's latest collections, Unscripted. The warm expression of wood and curved touchpoints of Unscripted tables bring hospitality and an approachable air to the workplace. Ranging from long library tables, to sawhorse tables and drink rails, to easy work tables, Unscripted tables bring a convivial spirit to informal, multi-use spaces. knoll.com
Herman Miller's Lino work chair was designed by Sam Hecht and Kim Colon. The high-performance work chair is an exceptional that was inspired by constraint. Tts design prowess includes ergonomic expertise—including the patented PostureFit technology. hermanmiller.com
Looking for a new collaborator? So was Steelcase. The result: the new West Elm Work collection available exclusively from Steelcase and West Elm dealers. Combining the distinctive look and feel of West Elm with Steelcase’s research, engineering, operational capabilities, and dealer network will create a compelling combination for clients, as well as for the design community. steelcase.com + westelm.com
Designed by Ramos + Bassos, Actiu's Londo is part of their soft seating collection that was designed with stems from a solid extruded aluminium structure on which they attached cast iron legs. As they explain 'Longo is a tool that was conceived to create architectural spaces, optimising its utiility. Versatile, light and harmonious'.
The Cyl sofas and metal side table, designed by Ronan and Erwin Bouroullec, represents the antithesis of the cold, technical office environment and aims to create a haven of peace and strength. vitra.com

Whether you’re looking to transform every area of your your work life or just be more efficient so you can leave the office 15 minutes early, make this your year to shine in the office with pieces that are as inspiring as your dream job. This year, look for furnishings that inspire with colour, form and innovative technology that focus on comfort and organisation that’s flexible and transforms as quickly as your daily needs. – Joanne Molina

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