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Connection blends accessibility and privacy with Tryst

The Flokk-owned brand introduces a collection of flexible, acoustic seating booths, catering to a wider range of physical and cognitive abilities.

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12/03/2024

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With its new Tryst range, Connection offers a versatile selection of high and low back seating booths designed for differing levels of visual and acoustic privacy. Developed for use within an agile shared environment, users have the choice of collaborating in Tryst booths or conducting focus work in Tryst canopies, all while taking advantage of powerful integrated technology.

As well as a selection of different fabrics, upholstered hardwood subframe and sprung foam seats, the booth collection can also be complemented by power modules, USB charging points and TV brackets to enable smoother day-to-day operations in our increasingly hybrid workspaces.

Alongside a range of products designed for the neurodivergent workforce, Connection also recognise that it is equally crucial to factor physical accessibility into their furniture design. The best-selling Tryst collection has therefore been modified to accommodate a broader spectrum of physical abilities, developing the booths with additional configurations in order to allow easier access to wheelchair users. These new variations – available with both high and low back options – can be customised and specified to provide more empowering spaces to those with reduced mobility. Modifications include open ends and extended tables, which have been designed with DDA compliance in mind to help create a welcoming space in the office for everyone.

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