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Kuppel is a personal workspace solution designed to provide seclusion and focus, ideal for the rigours of the modern workplace.
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Inspired by the Norwegian word for ‘dome’ Kuppel is a personal workspace solution that enables the user to escape the distractions of the open-plan office. The soft, circular shape invokes a sense of calm and seclusion, ensuring feelings of peace and relaxation to aid physical and emotional wellbeing within a space.
Kuppel’s curvature provides both an acoustic shield and reduces visual distractions, whilst the generous space inside, complete with power and a large tablet arm, promotes a prolonged dwell time, lending itself perfectly to the fast-paced modern workplace.
”Kuppel offers a multi-functional space whether it is to work, take calls or relax,” comments designer Jo Day, of Design and You. “The modern workplace needs to provide a space that is adaptable to the changing way we are working and Kuppel aims to do that.
”Kuppel was driven by my desire to create a chair that was manufactured in the most sustainable way possible by exploring recycled materials and challenging traditional manufacturing processes. Its distinctive circular shape is the result of sourcing a UK manufactured 100% recycled tube manufactured from post-consumer waste material.”
Originally a manufacturer of task seating, Connection have made an impression on the industry in recent years with a series of new products. The success of Rooms, Harp and the Resimercial collection, amongst others, led to a record financial year in 2021-22, and an acquisition by Flokk, Europe’s leading manufacturer of workplace furniture.
The evolution in commercial interior design has been reflected in the recent additions to Connection’s portfolio, with an emphasis placed upon products with unique aesthetics that provide effective solutions within workplace, hospitality, and education.
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