The Routes Office Furniture Collection

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A flexible furniture collection that redefines the classic workspace as an ever-changing creative hub.

Designed by London-based design studio Pearson Lloyd for furniture brand Teknion, the Routes collection aims to redefine the traditional office as a modern, flexible, and creative workspace. The line’s aesthetic follows the concept “Less is Enough”, with elegantly simple furniture that is versatile and suitable for any work environment. Apart from their understated design, the products also provide a blend of functionality, comfort, and flexibility.

The collection offers a well-rounded solution to furnish modern office spaces and create easily adaptable work settings. For example, the pieces allow easy assembly, feature casters for optimal mobility, and have versatile designs that allow endless combinations and set-ups, depending on changing requirements. The designs allow easy expansion or contraction of a workspace, with stackable pieces making storage more convenient.

The Routes line comprises seating, tables, screens, storage units, and more. All of the products feature elegant designs that blend rounded tubular frames with angular forms and clean lines. Boasting different textiles and finishes, the products complement any interior and workspace. Brighter red and blue accents also add some vibrancy to the minimalist designs. Designed for the contract market as well as home offices, Routes is currently available through Teknion’s online platform. Customers can choose different specs and product combinations, to suit their specific needs and create their ideal office space. Photographs© Teknion.

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