With space management an ever-relevant consideration to take into mind when designing for workspaces, it’s sometimes easy to forget the practical matters should take priority – designing an office that enables productive, meaningful work.
July 1st, 2018
We expect a lot from our offices, but we should never lose sight of the main goal of any office space – the facilitation of great, fulfilling work. How do we achieve this though? With practical space and financial matters to take into account, designing to create spaces such as canteens and meeting rooms that are often more available than in use on a daily basis is an expense perhaps not available to the majority of startups and modern offices. This is where Flokk comes in.
RBM by Flokk produces a range of furniture designed for flexibility and adaptiveness. This enables workers to be more efficient and utilise one space. The combination of RBM u-Connect and RBM Noor allow designers and end-users alike to configure space for different uses quickly, creating a truly activity-based working environment.
In an activity-based office, it’s possible to create customised environments suited for all kinds of work styles and work events. The environment can be changed from a quiet setting for individual and focused work to a dynamic setting for collaborative and creative work quickly and easily.
RBM Noor is a colourful and versatile collection of meeting, conference and canteen chairs in a contemporary classic design with high ergonomic comfort, adding vitality to working spaces and sociable places. It matches perfectly with RBM u-Connect – a flexible, light and easy-to-use table. Together they create environments, adapting to your every need, from work to play.
Both the RBM u-Connect and RBM Noor are available in lively colours and combinations from Flokk, bringing positive energy, good vibes and productivity to the room. RBM u-Connect and RBM Noor are the perfect furniture items for spaces that require multiple seating solutions throughout the day. RBM fits in where people are – bringing life to rooms.
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