Schiavello’s latest workplace program, Climate® was designed as a response to the diversity of cultures that exists within workplaces.
March 2nd, 2011
Climate® has the ability to adapt to the changing needs of the organisation, a particular team and perhaps most importantly the needs of the individual user as they require.
Climate’s malleability changes the way work environments operate. An organisation can mould Climate® to suit its needs in a planning sense or through expression culturally, aesthetically or in a branding sense. Organisations now also have the ability to respond quickly to technology changes and changes in employee numbers without the need for specialist technicians or furniture removalists.
Climate® also provides teams with the ability to control their team space and their individual space to create the ultimate team oriented setting. Team spaces can now transform as required to ensure the space is most functional for the team, as well as giving the team the ability to create a unified visual identity.
But perhaps the most unique part of Climate® is its ability to revolve around the individual user. Climate® gives control of the immediate work environment back to the individual user. The malleability of Climate® allows users to adapt their workspace to suit their task requirements, whether it’s private work, or more collaborative work with those around them.
The ease of moving Climate® means this can be done many times a day if required. Climate® also enables individual users to personalise their space to express their aesthetic preference and make the space their own.
Unlike other workspace systems, Climate® harmoniously works in synergy with people, creating custom designed workplaces with endless possibilities.
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