Whether you are an introvert or extrovert, everyone can benefit from escaping the stimulation associated with an open workspace. At MOI, we help our clients find an appropriate balance by incorporating refuge areas into the workspace. These spaces can be used for collaboration, focused work, or simply to create some quiet time throughout the day. Here are some of our favorite options:
ARO Array Hanging Panels by Filzfelt
Available in 43 colors, these wool felt hanging panels add texture, color, and modulated visibility to any space. ARO Array offers standard static and transforming patterns that can be used to define space, control light and view, and provide varied degrees of privacy.
Docks by Ophelis
Designed to complement main work task areas, these modular systems create “office islands” for meeting places or retreats for relaxation or concentration. The freely configurable modular system offers a variety of options including electrical connection.
Cocoon by Boss Design
The Cocoon can be used for meetings, collaboration or focused work. The high sides, back and roof provide total privacy from the surrounding environment.
SMALLROOM sofa by Ineke Hans
The series of short to long sofas create a “room within a room “for optimal refuge. They have one enclosed side and can be arranged in any combination. The wide armrest can be used as a working surface and has the option for electricity.
Docklands Dock‐in Bay by Bene
The Dock‐In Bays are available as a single workspace or as two‐person units and allow for a variety of configurations. They offer a temporary, alternative workspace for focused work. Their acoustic and visual screens ensure a high level of comfort.