Cega soft seating
The Soft Office concept from Boss Design aims to give users more control over their own space. This gives the user the opportunity to customise their environment to maximise productivity and creativity within their workspace. The Soft office range of products consists of 3 products working together to create usable, flexible spaces.
Cega soft seating
Works a beach
WE have been compiling some pinterest boards which you may find of interest, and you may be able to help us develop them further! The criteria here is for it to be out of the ordinary but still providing a solution to a requirement. Such as the relaxing beach desk above! Alternatively why not use an aquarium as a divider through an office....Read more
Rion café chair in white
Working Environments are extremely pleased to announce the addition of Fast Spa to our product portfolio.
Since 1995, Fast has been at the cutting edge in the production of aluminium furniture for outdoor and indoor environments. The characteristics of aluminium allow for the production of innovative designs with colourful finishes, whilst being extremely durable and recyclable adding both to the products life cycle and ecological...Read more
Carver Chairs UR TablesWE recently completed a project with the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in Russell Square that involved finding folding tables, conference chairs and a high density stacking chair. Working with Nigel Burgess and the team at IALS the shortlisted products were the Carver chair from Casala, the Golf chair from Brunner and the UR folding table from...Read more
Working Environments are extremely pleased to announce the addition of Ernest Race to our product portfolio. This classic British manufacturers Collection represents some of the finest, most innovative furniture of its era. The collection is manufacturer is England by the original company and using the same time-honoured methods of production.
Race Furniture was founded immediately after the Second World War, under the design direction of Ernest Race who before the war had earned a...Read more
The brief was to find a high-density stacking chair that was comfortable, durable, looked good and linked. Following a trial period of a number of options from some of our favourite manufactures the Brunner Fox chair was selected by the client. One of the most extensive ranges on the market allows the client to chose for a number of shell shapes and configure the chair with or without seat...Read more
In preparation for opening an office on the South coast and also to get a little closer to our business in London we have moved the London office to Chester House in Kennington Park. The office also has the added bonus of some fantastic informal meeting furniture in the atrium (supplied by WE) and it seemed rude not to make the most of that!
The move has gone very well and we are now benefiting frorm much faster internet speeds, great meeting spaces and a better work environment in...Read more
Buzzime's at Chester House
WE recently assisted Close Consultancy in the supply and installation of assorted furniture for the Atrium space at the Workspace Groups recently refurbished Chester House in Lambeth.
Alcove Sofas at Workspace, Chester House
The bright and airy communal ...Read more
When the Foundling museum approached us to assist in the replacement of their current multipurpose seating system we were given a brief with very specific attributes relating to the site, function and budget. The museum hosts several kind’s events in a number of flexible spaces throughout the building.
The following process involved sourcing a large...Read more
Working Environments Furniture LtdJust to warn everyone, we have had to change our name again! This is a minor technical issue and company registration, bank accounts, VAT number etc etc all stay the same it is just simply that we are now Working Environments Furniture Ltd (rather than Working Environments (UK) Ltd). Apparently when you go to the companies house website to check if a company name is ok to use, if they answer yes it does not necessarily mean that this is the...Read more