1. Square One from Indiana Furniture is a clean, simple way to
provide space division, functionality, and architectural design in any
zone within a workplace. With individual building blocks that securely
connect to one another and accessories like dry erase boards, acrylic
inserts, and tackable and acoustical panels, your personalization of
Square One is only limited to your imagination.
2. Mohawk Group’s Nutopia is a modular carpet plank system inspired
by the idea of urban fabric where humankind co-exists with buildings and
other infrastructure. Nutopia can delineate spaces using variable material
changes via pattern, color, and texture. Gestural washes, accents, cool
grays, warm taupes, and textured ground provide rich visual dimension.
Six styles can be used together as a cohesive system or individually.
3. AIS introduces Volker, a lighthearted design that fits readily into
any work or learning space. Launching first as part of this new line
are the Volker cubes and nesting tables. The upholstered cubes on
casters (shown) are equally suited for impromptu gatherings and
guest seating. The accompanying stationary table doubles as a work
surface and a discrete storage spot for the cubes.