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Four co-workers uisng Kiosk, a collection of standalone structures used to facilitate interaction in an office space.

A transformative shift is underway at the office. Hybrid work models now require a workplace more agile and adaptable than ever, and a welcoming and inclusive environment that invites people to come together to work.

Co-workers using Kiosk as a collaborative tool to talk to one another and facilitate interaction

Kiosk is a collection of standalone structures used to facilitate interaction, creating hubs for every work style and need while distributing collaborative tools across the office. 

Technology is embedded in Kiosk’s design. A mix of media – TV screens, tackboards, and whiteboards – enhance the potential to capture 100% participation irrespective of whether people are in the same physical space.

Kiosk is an intuitive and straightforward product that stands at the intersection of furniture and architecture.

Kiosk supports the varied tasks of a revolving roster of workers. Media and Media Chat Kiosks animate dialog with a digital media interface. The Gallery Kiosk provides a whiteboard for sharing and developing ideas, while the Mudroom Kiosk organizes personal items. Servery, Storage and Recycling Kiosks serve key functions in work cafes and meeting spaces.

Animating and shaping the space, Kiosk is intentional and interactive. Encouraging users to make and unmake spaces to think, meet and create, Kiosk accommodates the rhythms of change – whether that be today or tomorrow.

The hackable office is no longer about control within a room, but control of the room. Kiosk is the nerve center of the office, encouraging intuitive interaction with its visible intention.

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