A well-designed workplace can go a long way toward helping you achieve your goals.
Design for people
The Living Office uses the latest insights into people and the way they work. It reflects the human perception of the world and knows what motivates people. Based on this understanding, Living Office opens up possibilities for interior design and selection of furniture and tools that meet the needs of employees and elevate their work to a new level.
A place for every purpose, a purpose for every place
Purpose-driven work environments
A hive comprises a group of workstations where employees can work harmoniously together or individually.
A Haven is a small protected space where work can be concentrated without any distractions.
A clubhouse is a workspace assigned to a team for a specific, long-term project.
A forum has a clearly defined focus for presentations and content discussions.
A Jump Space includes a number of easily accessible workstations for short-term work between projects.
A cove is a compact work environment near individual workstations for short collaborative work.
A plaza is the dynamic heart of the office environment, where employees can feel the pulse of the company.
A workshop is the ideal environment to jointly develop those ideas that move the company forward.
A meeting space is designed to promote the exchange of information – for a frontal presentation by a single speaker as well as for a meeting among colleagues.
A landing is an open space adjacent to a meeting room or forum where employees can acclimate before their meeting and relax after their meeting.
Herman Miller Design Yard
View Living Office designed by Herman Miller for it`s employees.