AngelShack, a local manufacturer and supplier of tailored workplace solutions, has launched a unique new range of furniture that is designed to be flexible, easy to move and reconfigure, non-presciptive, and adaptive.
Designed by multiple award-winning German industrial designer Stefan Brodbeck, and manufactured locally, this light, bright and dynamic range of furniture is perfect for both the workplace and the learning space. The range features items such as height adjustable sit/stand tables; Perch – a sit/stand solution stool that brings casual seating to the office environment; the Charly chairs, which have under-seat storage, a sliding writing table and castor wheels; and the Teepee – a fully upholstered mobile partition that helps organise your workspace.
The contemporary-looking Teepee features a mounted whiteboard, lockable castor wheels for easy mobility, and leather handles for easy moving to create private spaces in open areas, collaborative spaces for groups, or to separate designated planning spaces.
AngelShack’s new range of mobile, multifunctional furniture provides the freedom of movement that modern workplaces thrive on. Their ability to move means they can be reconfigured at a moment’s notice to support new demands – inspiring flexibility, sharing, spontaneous configurations and easy, rapid reconfiguration.
“Central to both workspace and educational space design is the need for the fast, efficient and flexible use of space that allows for people to interact, learn from each other, gather together in an instant and break away and reconfigure at a moment’s notice. Neither workspace nor classroom design can afford to be prescriptive or rigid,” says David Fish, MD of AngelShack.
The work environment has changed with people switching careers frequently and working simultaneously across multiple fields, which means that learning, education and training have become a much more central requirement in the modern office. Every workspace needs to become a learning space, too. This evolution is not only being seen in the workspace, but educational spaces have also evolved to support new and evolving technology, and facilitate and support rapid reconfiguration and the constant motion of the dynamic learning space.
“Such quick and easy transitions are the lifeblood of any flexible and efficient learning space,” concludes Fish “It also means that you can be more efficient with your space. With good design supported by the right kind of furniture that engages people’s creativity, every space can be a learning space if it is intentionally designed to support the teaching and technology in use.”
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