The furniture selected has not exclusively been designed for offices but the functionality of each piece is ideal for professional environments. The products are environmentally conscious, spatially efficient or adaptable to changing settings.
Read on to see the latest office furniture and products from a variety of internationally recognised manufacturers and brands featured on Dezeen Showroom:
Office furniture brand Humanscale has launched its wireless charger Neatcharge, which is designed to take up less space on a desk by attaching to the underside.
The 13 centimetre charger automatically turns on once a device is placed above it and off again when it is removed.
Italian furniture brand Plank has updated its Myto chair, which was originally created by designer Konstantin Grcic in 2007, to be lighter and more flexible.
The stackable cantilever chair is made by injection moulding, and comes in black, white, red, pure orange, yellow green or light blue.
The original chair – which was released in 1859 – has been updated with modern technology to make it efficient, stackable and more comfortable, according to the designers.
Peter Fehrentz has designed the Harri writing desk for More to create a spacious environment for those working.
The desk features a large tabletop and three drawers decorated with strips of wood, informed by warehouses in Hamburg.
Hybe seating range was developed by EFG for industrial design brand Form Us With Love for offices and educational settings, featuring single and double-seated chairs on wheels.
The furniture comes with or without armrests and an additional screen can be added to create sound-blocking booths.
Office furniture brand Herman Miller and Studio 7.5 have partnered to create an office chair informed by the mid-century Eames Shell Chair.
The Zeph Chair features a reclining mono-shell seat and comes in eight colours with customisable upholstery.
The long, round sofa is part of Leolux LX’s Modular System collection and can be upholstered in leather or fabric.
The booth, which can fit four people, can be fitted with a high table or bench and offers the option of including a whiteboard or screen holder.
The modular layout system uses panels and partitions that can be added to the brand’s furniture to create functional, divided spaces.
The connecting divides are designed in multiple sizes to fit and adapt to a range of environments.
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