Haworth will be at stand A68-B69 A58-B59 in Hall 9.1 at Orgatec in Cologne from 25 to 29 October.
Haworth and partners, together with designer Patricia Urquiola, showcase the importance of crafting Space and creating Place within today’s diverse work environments. Under the theme “Explore our space, discover your place,” visitors will experience key drivers behind design that seeks to entice the mobile workforce back to the office. These drivers – community, atmosphere, choice, and inter-connectivity – stem from a distinctly human-centered approach and underscore the power of well-designed, holistic environments that can inspire individuals and transform culture.
"A careful curation of furnishings, colours, materials and lighting, combined with acoustics and the integration of technology, can transform your surroundings from a beautiful and memorable space into a destination where people go because it makes them feel good or be more productive. A place for work," explains Henning Figge, Vice President of Haworth Europe, when discussing Haworth’s Orgatec concept.
Along with core design elements from Haworth partners, including acoustic solutions from Ecophon, flooring from Ege, wall partitions by Nordwall and lighting by Trilux, the booth presents furniture solutions that can enhance environments and address unique challenges in the diverse landscape that is the contemporary office.
Key new Haworth products featured at Orgatec 2016 include:
In addition, the booth will showcase two new products by Cappellini: the iconic Drum Chair by Mac Stopa and the Telo Lounge by Sebastian Herkner.
Haworth presents solutions that can enhance the work environment with a range of new products by Haworth and Cappellini that address unique needs and functions in the ever-demanding, evolving workplace.
Globally, Haworth improves workplaces with award-winning furniture, interior architecture and technology solutions to help customers achieve business goals and transform culture, as well as support collaboration and innovation. Research and design drive a deep understanding of agile workplace needs and are at the center of the company’s strategy.
Haworth is committed to protecting and restoring the environment, creating economic value as well as supporting and strengthening its communities. Founded in 1948, Haworth remains family-owned and privately-held, serving markets in more than 120 countries through a global network of 650 dealers and over 6,000 employees. Haworth's current sales reached US$1.82 billion.