If there is an ideal time to think about the renovation of your company's furniture is August. A quieter month in business, August is perfect for putting into perspective what works (or not) in your office and planning a renewal in full or only in specific areas.
Although not the main office area to work in, the cafeteria is an essential space for your team to relax during meal, serve as a driver for sharing ideas and increasing employee morale. It can also be used for informal meetings, the cafeteria should be a multifunctional space with cozy and durable furniture, not to mention the lounge areas, ideal for interaction between employees.
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Designed by Charles & Ray Eames, the DKW combines a seat in metallic wire and wood base, a blend of lightness and visual comfort.
Lighting plays an essential role in the cafeteria and this Alvar Aalto lamp is particularly elegant and appealing.
Originally created for the University of Paris in 1942, this table by Jean Prouvé is especially appealing for the structure in oak and round top.
One of the great icons of Finnish design, this chair created by Ilmari Tapiovaara in 1946 is perfect for the timeless design and quality materials.
Inspired by classic wooden chairs, the memorable armchair by Ilmari Tapiovaara is an excellent solution for lounge areas in cafeterias.
Featuring Alexander Girard's 'heart', designed in 1971, this Vitra mugs add a special touch to your company's cafeteria.