Coworking space operator Knotel has announced its own subscription-based furniture line called Geometry. The pieces will first be available as a subscription rental for tenants of Knotel’s offices, and later be available to the public.
The pieces included are not limited to simply desks and chairs: clients can rent collapsible meeting rooms, portable phone booths, and double-L couches with high walls that are all designed in-house. Agile furniture is not new to Knotel as it’s CEO Amol Sarva claims that the company can set up office spaces in just an hour.
“We’re trying to change construction and turn it into assembly,” said Sarva. “The idea of this modular reusable tool kit is not to propagate sameness across the world, but to propagate flexibility.”
Geometry makes it to where companies can rent out pieces, then swap them out for something else when they are done instead of throwing them away.
This rental model allows companies to set up quickly in high-demand office markets, such as New York, San Francisco, and Seattle.