100% work satisfaction

2014-07-04

86 pages brimming with inspiration, trends, ideas and news. Here is Kinnarps' new catalogue, WORKSPACES – Where you meet, learn and create.

It has finally arrived – WORKSPACES, Kinnarps inspirational new catalogue! Full of news, work environments and creative solutions. The perfect guide for all interior enthusiasts longing for that slightly more stylish workplace. Which would appear to be the case for the majority of us – in a large survey* 94 per cent of respondents said that interior design is important when it comes to work satisfaction.

Across 86 packed pages we get an insight into what is on offer from Kinnarps' many product brands – Kinnarps, Drabert, MartinStoll, Materia, Skandiform and NC Nordic Care, all of which guarantee high quality. But the thing that really makes WORKSPACES so inspiring is the numerous interior design examples and solutions taken from real working environments. How to think in open offices, what new acoustic solutions are available and how to best utilise the available space in the most efficient way possible? We also get a chance to peek behind the scenes and meet a number of designers, who share their stories about how the furniture was created. One of these designers is Anne Reinhold, who based her Trixagon range on the hexagonal shape of a snowflake. Another designer is Daniel Figueroa, who talks about his latest design, the comfortable task chair Esencia and his fascination with gentle curves:
"To me, a chair can have its own soul..."

But the most interesting part of WORKSPACES is the part about the Kinnarps Trend Report, which is based on eight changes and how these are influencing the workplace. How to use interior design to create more motivated and creative employees. Current technology allows for more freedom when working, which in turn places completely new demands on both furniture and the meeting culture. The future and the activity-based workplace are already here. Read more in WORKSPACES!

*From a survey conducted by Demoskop 2013 on behalf of Kinnarps.