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Social spaces Human nature
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You don’t need permission to be yourself. studio tk Human Nature 1

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/HtN Wt CLEAR OUR HEADS AND T r TO ALLOW OURSELVES THE FREED! ESPOND. IT’S OKAY TO SEEK OUT O >EOPLE WHO GET THINGS DONE DII ’S OKAY TO BE WITH PEOPLE WHO Y iHARE A LAUGH WITH AT WORK. IT’S rHAT WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO SIT Wl ND JUST ALLOW OUR SPACES TO LEi >EAS AND ENCOURAGE US TO BE TH F OURSELVES. IT’S OKAY TO EMBRA D ESCAPE EVEN WITHIN A SOCIAI I

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For the planned or impromptu, the mobile collection of seating and occasional tables offers a nimble approach to social gatherings. Designed by Khodi Feiz 4 studio tk Human Nature studio tk Human Nature 5

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CESTO / KHODI FEIZ Conceived for casual comfort and mobility, Cesto glides effortlessly across the work landscape. The “basket” base can house a stool, pouf, pouf with back, bench, and table, available in a knit mesh or fabric of your choice. Tabletops are offered in several material finishes. Detail—The handle enables ease of movement Detail—Distinct bases and tops allow for contrasting textures and colors studio tk Human Nature studio tk Human Natu

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Q1 What is the role of design? A For me design is a holistic act, not a specialism but rather a way of thinking. In many ways to be able to contribute creatively is a specialism in itself, whatever the realm; be it strategic—helping create future scenarios and propositions for culture and society; formal—designing relevant and beautiful products and furniture for our use; technical—helping industry innovate; communicative —making information and services understandable; or artistic—producing work which questions and inspires. These and many more elements constitute the world of design, and...

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It’s how we get things done 00 Intro 01 The Philosopher 04 The Psychologist Every year, without fail, a slew of news stories proclaims that March Madness brackets and the ensuing watercooler banter will account for billions in lost productivity. It's no wonder that for some organizations, the mere mention of social spaces makes them bristle. And we get that. On its face, the idea of allowing people to freely mill about and socialize throughout the workday sounds like the opposite of productivity. But is it? Aristotle once wrote that a human is “by nature a social animal; an individual who...

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Hospitable by nature, elegant by design, the modular lounge collection introduces a casual sophistication to any social setting. Designed by Christophe Pillet 16 studio tk Human Nature studio tk Human Nature 17

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BOROUGH / CHRISTOPHE PILLET Borough delivers residential warmth in a flexible system designed for hospitalityoriented lounge and relaxed work settings. Straight and angled-back seating configurations can be specified for perimeter or open applications. Available with elemental pillows, table solutions, and a rattan “privacy” screen. Detail—The solid wood table with knife edge provides an ad-hoc work surface Detail—A chaise option offers a slightly deeper sit studio tk Human Nature studio tk Human Natur

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CHRISTOPHE PILLET ON DESIGN I’m a designer, but I’m also an interior architect, and my goal when doing interiors is not just matching the color of wallpaper and the carpet. It’s like making a movie. I need a scenario, and I need to consider the people as an actor. At the end, the environment and the décor tell a story. The world of offices is where we spend most of our lives, and this lifestyle dimension is never taken into consideration as an argument. For me, this is a central argument. If I want to spend my life in an office, it has to have a scenario. I need to be an actor of something,...

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Among the many things social spaces provide is escape. And among the many ways design can signal this is through a mix of natural elements, be it indoor plants, large floods of natural light, or wood finishes. These biophilic design considerations are nothing new. But what’s interesting is how pervasive they are. Today, you can’t flip through an A&D publication without seeing a workplace with big glass windows, exposed timber beams, and succulent walls as far as the eye can see. It’d almost be a cliche if it weren’t true. In our quest to understand what makes us human, it got us asking, why...

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Over 125 years of design heritage and craftsmanship. A new partnership brings four iconic collections to the social office. 28 studio tk Human Nature studio tk Human Nature 29

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PALA / 2017 LUCA NICHETTO Contoured to embrace the human body, the fully upholstered armchair and ottoman allow people to sink into work. Sitting atop a pedestal base, Pala’s lounge design can make a statement with either single or duotone fabric configurations. Detail—Seaming accentuates contrasting textures and colors Detail—Curves in the arm and back allow for an extended sit studio tk Human Nature studio tk Human Nature

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BESO / 2015 KHODI FEIZ Sophisticated profiles. Exquisite proportions. A chair, armchair, lounge, and barstool, delivered in multiple base styles and available with metallic, powdercoat colors, and wood finishes, the Beso collection offers a comprehensive palette for rendering the new work landscape. Detail—Beso, Spanish for “kiss,” alludes to its signature design expression Detail—A warm wood finish gently cradles the seat studio tk Human Nature studio tk Human Natur

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NINA / 2000 RENÉ HOLTEN An expression of space age nostalgia, Nina is an icon in its own right. Versatile and generously comfortable, the chair is ideal for collaborative and hospitality settings. The unique circular hoop composition provides optimal back and arm support that affords users a palette of postures. Detail—A flowing back and arm design encourages moments of rest Detail—The circular back allows for extended use studio tk Human Nature studio tk Human Nature

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