Work happens everywhere. Haworth designs and manufactures product solutions that help you create inspiring spaces where people can perform their best—at work, on the go, and at home.
The brands of Haworth Collection are proof that the best elements in design can co-exist to create memorable social spaces. Together, Haworth, Cappellini, Cassina, GAN, JANUS et Cie, Pablo Designs, and Poltrona Frau celebrate rich design traditions that foster new directions and connections in the workplace.
Haworth Health Environments elevates the performance of healthcare facilities so people can feel better, work better, and thrive.
Ledge provides a flexible touchdown solution that fits a variety of applications, welcoming all kinds of spontaneous work and the people performing it. A hardworking multitasker—like the people who use it—Ledge is the perfect place for impromptu conversations, or to buckle down and get busy.
Riverbend and Pebble Lounge
Riverbend accommodates cost effective, multi-functional spaces to help optimize the floorplan and encourage productivity. The high back option minimizes distractions and offers a level of visual and acoustical privacy.
With real estate costs and collaboration on the rise, the individual workspace continues to shrink. Active Components takes an urban planning approach that claims space in nonconventional ways, such as the use of cantilevers and recessed surfaces. A 9-inch platform for suspended elements increases usable space. To optimize the footprint, accessories attach to tool rails.
By sculpting inviting spaces and surrounding people with comfort and beauty, the Openest pieces create approachable, inspiring "refuges" that draw people in and make them feel at ease. Create a cozy, collaborative refuge by combining two Openest Double Booths and provide Openest Privacy desks nearby for focus work.
Openest retreats are ideal for approachable and inherently comfortable spaces--from individual to collaborative. This application supports those seeking refuge for focus work, as well as users needing to connect with others.
This cluster of enclosed rooms provides a range of spaces, from individual touchdowns to a collaborative project space that utilizes the Openest collection for a warm and welcoming design. Harbor Work Lounges and a workware easel come together along the exterior of the enclosed rooms to create a casual group work space.
This cluster of enclosed rooms provides a range of spaces, from an individual touchdown to a collaborative conference room for large groups.
Crews include people who work in teams focused on tactical deliverables and objectives. Crews require a significant amount of face-to-face interaction, relying on the information shared within the team so each can accomplish his or her tasks. They spend their time moving back and forth between individual tasks and group work coordination. This application provides all the space components that a Crew needs to be successful.
In this communal area, Openest provides spaces where people can gather for group conversations, informal meetings, breakout sessions, and casual chats. Individual Openest retreats are ideal for heads-down, focused work or phone calls.
Masters are people with deep expertise who typically work alone, engaging in strategic work that requires intense concentration for problem solving or ideation. Interaction with others is important to Masters, but most of their time is spent in their own workspace. GranTorino HB sofas provide booth-like spaces for connecting with colleagues. Adjacent Intuity benching provide spaces for unassigned workers to touch down.
Directly adjacent to the reception area, this cluster of enclosed spaces offers support for a variety of collaboration styles. The conference space that is accessible from the lobby area serves as a client-facing meeting space, while the other rooms offer privacy and collaborative tools for the nearby Specialist workstyle area.
Serving as a project space or group touchdown, this space offers technology for sharing and stadium-style seating for effective communication and group work.
Meet up with colleagues, or host a weekly happy hour. Enjoy catching up with friends over a meal or snack. Take time to relax at the bar with an espresso. Or find a cozy corner to reflect on your day.Lounge furniture—just steps away from refreshments—creates a comfortable setting that supports well-being, a place where people can rejuvenate and interact
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