Teknion’s “zones” collection by pearsonlloyd at NEOCON 2016, Chicago – Illinois

June 15th, 2017 by retail design blog

Following its launch at NEOCON 2016, Teknion’s “zones” collection by Pearsonlloyd has been expanded with new designs presented at NEOCON 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. The comprehensive furniture series, which comprises of enclosures, screens, tables, seating, lighting, storage and accessories, enhances the flow, comfort and productivity of workplaces. The latest additions further fine tunes the designs and the layout opportunities possible.

Teknion’s “zones” collection enables people with choice and access to creating new work environments where they can be productive and connect with others. Pearsonlloyd encourages informal productivity – an alternative to the traditional office – through a range of components that can be combined to make an all-inclusive office furniture solution. With familiar and comforting forms, the pieces act as natural connection points where colleagues can work, chat or relax informally.

With a focus on designing a human office, the expansion at NEOCON 2017 caters for workers’ natural desires of familiarity, warmth, comfort and empowerment. Through a mix of materials and textures, “zones” expresses a design that is both practical and pleasurable to work in. The warm wood and textiles’ interplay of color, pattern and texture act as a remedy to the cool, hard surfaces and technology products that normally dominate workspaces.

Design: pearsonlloyd

http://www.designboom.com/design/pearsonlloyd-teknion-zones-neocon-06-13-2017/

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