Tree house collaboration furniture by Dymitr Malcew

October 22nd, 2015 by retail design blog

Second edition of popular tree house-inspired furniture line designed by architect Dymitr Malcew. Developed to provide diverse working settings, maximum flexibility and encourage collaboration.


Since working spaces become totally open environments, there is increasing need for focused uninterrupted work and quiet discussion areas. Tree house is designed to create psychological comfort rather then physical boundary. Thick fabric cushions helps with sound absorption and improve overall acoustic in the office space. Pods can be arranged in variety of configurations – depending on performed tasks. It can be used for open discussion forum, semi-enclosed meeting space or just quiet focused work. Material selection of timber and soft fabrics, as well as the form of treehouse makes office more human and fun space to work in.

Design: Dymitr Malcew

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2 thoughts on “Tree house collaboration furniture by Dymitr Malcew

  1. Nick Daniels says:

    New houses design are awesome.

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