Product > Seating: Contract/Lounge
Companies have changed the way they work and need more creative spaces: connected, flexible and above all collaborative. Today’s office is a meeting place.
MEET UP! is born to respond to the need for a new connected, flexible and above all collaborative office environment.
MEET UP! is a complete range of modular elements that can create innumerable, original spaces: minibox for more personal work, meeting rooms, casual zones and waiting áreas. Authentically creative, original environments for each kind of meeting/collaboration, and also for moments of concentration, equally necessary in the office and a vital priority in the MEET UP! range.
The sofas, desks and panels create spaces where people can easily connect, collaborate and share ideas and experiences.
MEET UP! goes a step further in the way we understand casual spaces - until now confined to specific areas - and integrates them into the workstations themselves. These less rigid spaces close to the workstation give the user the choice of concentrating or meeting informally in comfortable postures in a more relaxed atmosphere.
Technology is another major player in MEET UP! with its connectivity devices built into the office furnishings.
Antoni Arola has chosen pure, rational lines for his design. The guiding idea is that the product must integrate harmoniously into the environment. This is achieved without sacrificing other vital factors such as ergonomics and the users’ comfort.
The angles are smoothed to make the furnishings more user-friendly and invite people to communicate on a personal basis. These curved lines evoke hand-crafted home furniture.
The combination of structures, lines, materials and warm finishes manages to domesticate and personalise the bland and functional workplace world.
The MEET UP! collection is completed by a wide range of differentiating accessories: shelves, lamps, hangers, whiteboards, auxiliary tables... some even built into the furniture itself. They are creative and practical additions to the daily routine, designed to streamline both individual work and the communal flow of ideas and to favour the use of technology.