Fields is a contemporary concept that offers a variety of collaborative office furniture in many configurations that allow people to create, share and display their work activities. Developed and designed in collaboration with the Swedish designer Olle Gyllang from Propeller Design, Fields is an office furniture range that promotes a new way of working.
The Fields collaborative office furniture creates an environment that is limiting external distractions and at the same time is keeping employees together. Everyday, people spend more and more time in the office, and office spaces should be appealing and make workers feel as comfortable as possible. Workspace collaborative furniture is one of the newest trends in office design, that was started by the IT companies and spread in the past couple of years, becoming a real necessity among creative companies from around the world. This type of furniture is encouraging employees to mingle and share ideas through carefully designed sitting areas.
The Kinnarps collection can be mixed together and placed exactly where one needs it. A very wide range of modules can be combined with a large variety of colors, materials and accessories, becoming a winning combination of aesthetics as well as functionality. With the help of Fields, the customer can create the expression it wants and needs to fit in his working environment. Not only intended for creating ideas, the furniture is also conceived to provide relaxation being meant to put as little stress as possible on both the human body and mind.
If never heard of Kinnarps, here are some interesting facts about the company, that place it among the biggest furniture manufacturers in the world: the company employs 2300 people in its two hundred sale points placed in over 40 countries around the world. Founded back in 1942 and continuously growing thanks to the innovative solutions, ergonomic concepts, sustainability, quality and beautiful design, the company is so well known in the office industry that between 2015 and 2016 has managed to sell furniture worth almost half a billion dollars.