1. Nomadic Zone
The nomadic camp invites individuals who are transitioning throughout the day between projects and tasks. The space gives individuals everything they need to be productive with easy access to work tools that help workers manage their day.
2. Residence Zone
Designed to grow expertise and community within their discipline, the resident neighborhood supports workers who are tethered to technology and have assigned spaces.
3. Social Zone
This inviting space promotes both intentional and chance encounters with coworkers. It supports social behaviors around connecting with others to help foster a community of innovation.
4. Meeting Zone
This space is designed for deep collaboration, supporting the cycle between individual and collaborative modes throughout the duration of a project. Settings are planned purposefully to accommodate project needs over time, while promoting connection across the table or across the globe.
5. Resource Zone
This area supports the tools, culture and processes that are necessary for a productive workplace. It houses the work tools and shared materials that support all users on the floor.
Office Task Chairs
Carpet tiles are a type of flooring that can be used as an alternative to the more commonly used broadloom carpet (rolls). They provide all the warmth and underfoot comfort you’d expect from carpet and are available in their pre-sized squares and planks, patterns, and materials.
All Interface carpet tiles are modular and are 100% carbon-neutral across their full product lifecycle.
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LVT meet Carpet
LVT and Carpet Tiles work together seamlessly – with no transition strips. This effortless meeting of hard surfaces, soft textures, endless pattern, and colour combinations allow you to create truly unique flooring designs.
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With Interface modular flooring, the design possibilities are endless. Whatever the office space, Interface has the modular flooring to suit any kind of organization and any activity.
The role of the modern designer is a delicate balance of client expectations and constricted project timelines.
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