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Public spaces will soon begin to reopen in the aftermath of COVID-19, and designers worldwide have urgently shifted their focus on creating environments that encourage the safe distribution of crowds. Whether it be in an office building, a shopping mall, or a transit hub, the new normal in furniture design will call for well-integrated and enjoyable solutions in social distancing. With that in mind, the designers at Green Furniture Concept have launched a unique take on the traditional meeting point – The Seamless Table Leaf Lamp Metal Tree.
Designing a public space requires a lot more than what meets the eye. Layout, flow, seating capacity, acoustics, and lighting all come into play. One of the most important pieces of this puzzle is to carefully plan the choice of materials used in space. Designers can choose from plastic, glass, metal, or wood, not to mention a variety of fabrics and foams. The options can be overwhelming, especially when balancing the aesthetics of the materials with their comfort, sustainability, durability, and safety. As we are moving towards making greener choices in our lifestyles and reducing our carbon footprint, thinking in an environmentally friendly way when designing a public place has become a top priority. With wood being one of the highest trending materials, Green Furniture Concept sees it as an easy and natural choice when designing for the future.
Public furniture is about offering a pleasant place to be. The furniture should speak personally about the place and to the people there. At least if you ask me. And also if you put a value to customer satisfaction, like improved sales figures if you host a commercial environment, or better school results if you’re in education.
One sign that you have succeeded in creating a unique and welcoming place is to hear “Wow, that’s nice!” and see people sit down with a smile. I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing this a few times in areas furnished with pieces I have designed – and this is what drives me forward. Here is a quick guide to getting there.
Most furniture designers create objects that are comfortable to sit on, beautiful to look at, and, maybe, solve a problem for the user. But what we also have to realize is that we are designing a platform for interaction. Especially when it comes to public space desigb, we are designing something for everyone to share. An island in the public space. A place where people talk, laugh, contemplate and network with each other.
Our accessories series of dividers, planters and recycle bins are designed to fit our seating series. They also work very well as stand-alone products.
Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport wanted to improve the passenger experience with a sustainable solution and therefore contacted Green Furniture Concept.
What if we can make the airport a part of the experience and not only a place for passengers to “pass-through”? We create welcoming places where passengers can feel safe: a place where the experience starts, an added value for the passengers. We’re sharing our insights, experiences, and results from Green airports worldwide to inspire you in your next airport project. From the smaller gates to the entire airport.
Passenger flows are increasing, and a widespread question among terminal managers is where to seat all those people. The answer lies in modern airport terminal design flow thinking: changing the use of seating to generate good business and a better passenger experience. Keflavik International Airport has introduced changes that accommodate the increase in passengers and keep people with time to spare in and around the shopping areas.
As the workforce begins to return to the office in a post-covid era, we must ask ourselves how to improve the design of our offices. What if meetings could take place in spaces similar to living rooms instead of boring conference rooms? Could a creative meeting zone look more like a workshop? What sorts of furnishings will help make these types of places come to life? Discover how the Leaf Lamp Pendants can make a big impact.