News: American brand Herman Miller has begun producing the flexible office furniture collections designed by Yves Behar's studio Fuseproject and London company Industrial Facility (+ slideshow).
Herman Miller has started selling products in the two collections created for collaborative working, which were first unveiled at the NeoCon furniture fair in Chicago last year.
Fuseproject's Public Office Landscape collection has been designed to create various open-plan workspace configurations, that can be moved around as companies grow and change.
It features a seat module with the same height as the desks, which integrates into the office set up to allow colleagues to work at each other's desks if necessary.
Partitions that clip onto the elements can be moved and rearranged to form private workspaces or clusters for team participation.
The Locale range by Sam Hecht and Kim Colin of Industrial Facility features rounded height-adjustable desks for working seated or presenting ideas standing.
The desks are unified by a linear base element that doubles as extra storage space, and also features seating, shelving and audio-visual modules.
The two collections, part of the brand's Living Office range, were exhibited at London's Royal College of Surgeons yesterday.
Both studios have worked with Herman Miller in the past. Yves Béhar designed the Sayl office chair inspired by suspension bridges, while Industrial Facility created the Enchord two-tier work table. See more design for Herman Miller »
Industrial Facility's new watch with a face influenced by the base of a drinks bottle is now available to buy at Dezeen Watch Store.
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