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OFS // heya
In Japanese, Heya means “small room.” Designer Roger Webb created Heya to form smaller spaces within an environment. For individuals, Heya creates a place for people to escape, think, and breathe. For groups, Heya creates a place for people to closely collaborate and connect. Heya’s comfort and visual softness allow these small rooms to blend seamlessly into the office, while still providing the closeness and privacy people need to really focus.
Carolina // saven
We designed Saven to provide ideal support for new mothers and their babies. You can adjust Saven’s arms independently to easily find a comfortable position, and its gentle motion calms and soothes. But Saven isn’t limited to this setting. From corporate wellness rooms to long-term care, nurseries, home health, or other public and patient spaces, Saven provides a resting place with subtle movement that helps people restore.
first office // staks private office
Designers Pam Light and John Duffy imagined places where furniture supported the way people work, rather than dictating it. Through conversations and sketches, they created Staks—a design vocabulary of furniture that fosters a habitat that feels personal and natural, includes eclectic textures and patterns, and scales flexibly to individual needs. We’ve added new options for soft, rounded surfaces to that vocabulary, including beautiful wood legs that evoke an intimate sense of home for private offices while still reflecting a larger workplace aesthetic.
Lowenstein // beck tables
Drawing upon a heritage of wood craftsmanship and details inspired by family heirlooms, the Beck collection of casegoods, storage and tables convenes the warmth and modern subtleties the eras before us enjoyed so much. Simple cut-out pulls, sliding doors, intricate leg joinery and rich finishes on Ash veneer and solids fulfill the feeling of homefulness to our away-from-home lives.
Highmark // acen
To be at your best, you have to be comfortable and supported. Acen delivers all-day comfort for long meetings and training sessions. Two integrated flex points in the back and seat enable you to adjust posture easily and quietly. These simple, yet very supportive movements create relief when standing isn’t an option. The right environment is crucial for learning, because people learn more and think better when furniture actually helps them focus on the material.