Nienkämper, Dauphin, Allsteel and Keilhauer have got you covered:
Reconfigurable, scalable and somewhat otherworldly, Karim Rashid’s design combines straight, convex and concave forms in wave-like arrangements that encourage engagement and conversation. nienkamper.com
Named for the underwater ecosystem, this collection of sofas and benches – straight or curved – adapts and expands to fit any environment. Tall screens can be added for visual and acoustic privacy, while optional under-mount power modules transform it into a comfortable charging station. dauphin.com
This Tetris-like series comprises pouffes, benches and tables that vary in length and width by seven-inch increments, allowing the assorted modules to neatly cluster together. Designed by Joey Ruiter, the lightweight volumes can be finished in multiple fabrics and laminates. allsteeloffice.com
Part of the six-piece Elevate series of collaborative furniture, this modular sofa (by EOOS) includes seats with or without backs and tables topped with wood, laminate or Cambria stone surfacing – all of which appear to float on slender polished aluminum platforms. The elements can be configured to suit any space or scale and can incorporate power sources. keilhauer.com
Today’s nomadic work culture calls for furniture that is expandable, comfortable, and good-looking.