After two-years of research and development Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby have developed a system where the workstation is focused around a seating landscape, rather than an environment centred around desks. This development combines expertise from home, office and public sectors and offers a versatile platform for both individuals and teams
The sophisticated modular construction of Soft Work features many technical details that enable diverse seating and working positions including pivoting tables and power sockets located between the seat cushions that can be pivoted upwords for comfortable use. Partition screens can be used to divide zones and create quiet work spaces. Soft Work is an ergonomic sofa design featuring generously padded seat cushions with flexible back rests, creating comfortable conditions for working, even over long periods of time.
The Soft Work system features straight and curved elements in single or back to back versions, fixed and pivoting tables, panels, power and data connections, along with a choice of covers in a wide range of colours and fabrics.