Pair’s Olli is a flexible power and data beam system that can be reconfigured in minutes. Each of the components — pivoting and hanging screens, side and meeting tables, stackable storage caddies, coat racks, planters — features the same slip-slot connection to make swapping in and out quick and easy. A palette of fresh colours and finishes suits a range of contexts.
One of three new two-tone woven upholstery fabrics by WolfGordon, Screen mixes negative and positive space through its medium-scale raised grid patterning. Intended for modular furniture and vertical panel applications, the durable polyester has a soft, cottony texture and comes in nine colourways.
For this sculptural seat by Patkau Architects and Nienkämper, a special process was developed to press two layers of birch plywood into a singular curved shell. A trio of minimal stainless-steel hairpin legs complements its inherent elegance.
Playing a trick on the eye, the surfaces of Studio TK’s Sly occasional tables — available in laminate, veneer, linoleum or back-painted glass — appear to tilt when in fact they sit perfectly level. The powder-coated metal rim works with an exposed edge to create the illusion of uplift.
From the NeoCon that never was (postponed until 2021), these playful lines show how much lighter offices can look — and feel.