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Morgan Lovell delivers a hidden gem at Lotus Park

Split over three office buildings with adjoining communal gardens, Lotus Park sits on a sought-after spot on the River Thames. But with the increase in demand for flexible leases and plug-and-play workspaces, developer and landlord Legal & General felt it was time to make a change.

06/05/2021 5 min read

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Having enjoyed almost 30 successful years as the Co-founder and CEO of Modus Workspace, Toby Benzecry tells Mix about his journey, Modus at 30 and how he sees the future of the market.

26/04/2021 5 min read

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LAYER designs Crop, a collection of outdoor chairs and stools for Allermuir

The latest collaboration between the British furniture manufacturer and the London-based studio, Crop is the first collection of outdoor furniture that LAYER has designed, and the first collection of metal outdoor furniture produced by Allermuir.   

06/05/2021 2 min read

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Deski: a mobile workbay from Connection

Deski is a mobile workbay designed with the modern-day worker in mind, created for workspaces that require complete flexibility.

13/10/2020 1 min read

Connection’s key motivation behind the design of Deski was to create a piece of workspace furniture which was flexible in both its mobility and its usage. It is mounted as standard on castors, enabling easy movement around the workspace, however the numerous additions to the core structure are what differentiate it within the industry.

Optional wireless charging facilities are available, increasing the time an employee can be away from the desk. A fixed and robust arm is fully integrated into the model, and unlike many similar products, is large enough to support a standard sized tablet. To engage with the tablet arm, the user simply has to rotate in their position, increasing comfort and practicality.

The addition of a fixed arm is what really establishes Deski as a flexible piece of workspace furniture. This allows it to be at home in any workspace, whether that be for impromptu meetings, or for conducting private individual tasks away from the desk in a more comfortable environment.

 

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