Established & Sons’ newest furniture designs have been described as the “bread and butter” pieces for the future of the workplace, according to design director Sebastian Wrong.
The four pieces were developed with the idea of blurring the lines between home and work, by providing comfort at work, as well as incorporating a workspace at home.
“It’s way more eclectic and more creative than it used to be, with coworking spaces popping up all over the place, becoming more and more like people’s homes,” said Wrong. “They are demanding a level of quality and character, and this is a thing that Established & Sons can really fit into.”
One of the standout pieces is Grid, a modular seating system that is based around an L-shaped or U-shaped module. It can be customized to small and large upholstered seating, or desks for standing and sitting.
Another is a table with demountable legs and a tabletop with either high-pressure laminate or a scratch-resistant surface.
The other table design is Beam Table, which features legs that look like steel beams used in construction and comes in two different heights.
The last piece is Wrong’s Lucio Lounge chair, which features a foam body covered in fabric with slashes across it, allowing it to be fixed to the frame without any visible stitching.