Comfy and ‘quirky’ three legged upholstered stools, with a passing resemblance to the original
‘Sport of Kings’.
Max Calma M is the perfect workspace for focussed solo work. Concentration and quiet is essential to productivity, the Calma M invites you create your own desired workspace with its customisable interior and a height adjustable desk. Creating an unique atmosphere where thoughts and ideas are set free.
The Hyde Outside Stool is a versatile playful looking stacking stool that adds a splash of colour to any outdoor (or indoor) space.
Ideal for schools, universities, libraries, terraces and bars, The Hyde Outside Stool is manufactured from recyclable polyethylene, making it lightweight, durable and strong enough to survive even the harshest elements of the great British summer!
Simply fitted under the desk, the Vibe wireless charger delivers convenient cable-free charging to all wireless-enabled devices. Ideal for both new and existing fitouts, the Vibe pad easily integrates into to any application from workstations, general areas, soft furnishing and custom joinery.
For a perfect acoustic sanctuary, encase yourself in BuzziCocoon. The acoustic powerhouse doubles as a desk divider and telephone booth, ensuring your workspace has ample ways to remain acoustically balanced.
Part elegance, part functionality: the perfect cocktail – its Tiki!
This alluring table and stool await you, along with a fine, refreshing cocktail. Tiki is aperitif 2.0: a modern twist on the high-top café setting, not heavy and awkward to drag around, but lightweight and compactly stored away.
Flare is our new modular sofa range that explores circular design principles. Available with a low or high back in multiple variants, either as a sofa or individual lounge chair.
Flare is a plug in seating system that can be expanded and reconfigured as required, with materials and components designed to be easily separated for recycling.
Folk is a mercurial, but modest family of chair, stool and table designed for Allermuir by PearsonLloyd.
Folk is both timeless in its seemingly familiar design, and timely in its modest and ingenious flexibility.
A range of wood, plastic and metal finishes, different colors and upholstery options allow you to change Folk’s flavour so that it can appear like a range of different chairs that somehow sit together harmoniously in one space.
It’s flat pack – no glue – assembly and minimised usage of sustainable materials make it a meaningful contribution to ward an over production.
Being both versatile and functional, the Stacked Storage System can be arranged and rearranged for the exact aesthetic and functional needs of any space. Seen here is a selection of predesigned bookshelf configurations that bring modern storage to any home, workplace or hospitality setting. All modules with backboard can be mounted directly onto the wall.
The Stacked Storage System complies with the European requirements for safety, strength, durability and stability within storage — EN 16121:2013 and EN 16122:2012 — when following the assembly and configuration guidelines.
Copenhagen-based Julien De Smedt is the founder of JDS Architects, an internationally acclaimed architect studio. He is known for his unconventional approach to architecture and design, always working to challenge the existing norms.
Single person booth for focus work, phone & video calls. Quickly add personal, quiet, clean space to any environment. Available as a closed or partially open booth, Nook Solo adds quiet shelter for the increase in individual video conferencing.
Built for workplace evolution and agility. Designed to act as a stand alone pod, or in combination with other Nook Solos and Nook Huddle pods.
Easily moved, Nook Solo can help to activate challenging space in order to maximise workspace density.
MODULARITY ADDS MEANINGFUL VALUE
Starting with 1 Nook or many, you will appreciate the ability to add or remove elements over time. Moving your Nook to a window – remove the rear wall.
SMALL IMPROMPTU CHATS AND MEETINGS DRIVE IDEAS AND INNOVATION
Complimenting meeting rooms with flexible huddle solutions allows more smaller powerful get-togethers to take place. Nook Huddle pods take people out of the spotlight so they can re-set themselves without feeling self-conscious. They are remarkably quiet inside, without cutting a person off from the environment, and they allow personalisation of the lighting, which is a vital tool for helping neurodiverse brains to settle.
PEOPLE ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IN AN ORGANISATION
Up to 90% of cost in an organization is its people, yet people today are less engaged than they have ever been.
Give people places where they can quietly connect with each other and then watch as the collegial bonds grow, which in turn nurture the sense of community. Oxytocin flow builds trust, even friendship, two of the main factors in productivity and engagement.
Created with a conscience, Quest is a continuation of our partnership with the SEAQUAL Initiative to combat marine plastic pollution. Waste made wonderful, this lightly textured textile is woven entirely from post-consumer recycled plastic – transforming this most resilient of materials into a fabric as fluid as the waves by which it was inspired, and which it seeks to save.
With a balanced hopsack weave enhanced by discat-dyed SEAQUAL yarn, Quest brings a touch of the ocean’s natural beauty to commercial interiors.
Shades of the ocean
Capturing the depth and breadth of the seasonal shorescape, each of the 27 colourways has been as carefully considered as an artist’s paint stroke. From the sparkling blue of a summer’s sea and fresh green of springtime flora to the golden ochre of an autumn sun’s rays and cold grey of a winter’s beachside cliff, the Quest shade selection is filled with evocative, authentic colour.
Artwork by Maggie Cochran
Contemporary landscape painter Maggie Cochran specialises in coastal art, celebrating its raw beauty in paintings which evoke the unique feeling of being where sea meets land – herself a supporter of ocean protection, she donates a portion of artwork sales to Sea-Changers, a marine conservation charity.
Inspired by Quest, Maggie created a custom piece of art which pays homage to the fabric’s palette – capturing its redolent, authentic colour on canvas.
Taking back to give back
Contributing to reducing marine plastic pollution in a tangible way, each metre of Quest contains the equivalent of 23 plastic bottles. To further assist in the fight against plastic waste, we make a give-back donation directly to the SEAQUAL Initiative for every metre of SEAQUAL fabric sold to support their work in cleaning our oceans.
The SEAQUAL Collection
Quest joins Oceanic – our inaugural multi-award winning SEAQUALfabric which launched in 2020 – and, together, these two textiles form the SEAQUAL Collection. Woven entirely from post-consumer recycled plastic – from debris floating discarded in our seas, used to make SEAQUAL yarn, to bottles thrown away and destined for landfill – Oceanic and Quest are polyesters with a purpose.
United in aim, distinct in identity, these two textiles are unique in their aesthetic – created to work in harmony, or feature in splendid isolation. With a combined colour palette which encompasses bold brights, muted modern tones and perfect pastels, there is a shade and style for every interior within the SEAQUAL Collection of textiles.