Inclusive design – public furniture for public good
Inclusive design includes all people, regardless of health, ability, age, culture and ethnicity, sex and gender, class and socioeconomic status, and preferred use of space.
Inclusive Design is becoming increasingly relevant as we evolve the design of public spaces from focusing on buildings and facilities to a more holistic kind of placemaking. One that encourages people to connect with spaces over time and create sustainable communities, rather than passing through them in a merely transactional way.
Webinar September 27: Placemaking Design in Action
Join us for this 30-minute webinar to discover more about Placemaking as a design principal. More specifically, we will dive into the role that furniture can play in the process of reimagining ordinary spaces into unforgettable destinations.
We make public spaces thrive
We’re working to boost the standard of public space interiors, bringing nature indoors, connecting people to places, and with each other.
We design placemaking modular solutions
We provide modular seating and lighting solutions for public space interiors, adding placemaking values and delivering a memorable experience with a positive impact for the visitor, the world, and everyone in between.
As its name suggests, Ascent is a seating system that elevates public space furniture to new heights. The series was created in consultation with architects and planners to create a flexible, modular system that could change and adapt as its surroundings evolve. Designed with placemaking in mind, Ascent’s soft contours, smooth textures, and sustainable wood make public space interiors warmer and more welcoming.
Let us design your next public space project
Our in-house designers will help you with a free 3D floor-plan rendering with our placemaking solutions.
Green places tell stories
You will find Green places all over the world. From an airport in Dubai, Topanga shopping mall in LA, to the train station at Stockholm Central. And we won’t stop there. Our vision is to make public spaces thrive, and we are challenging the perception of what a public space could look like.
Keflavik International Airport
Keflavik International Airport uses the Nova C seating series from Green to have a welcoming square with many seats. On an area of app 400 meters including isles where 5 million people pass every year, 240 seats in the shape of eight waves give a natural, free and easy place to stop and take a breath. The new design of the area slows down the pace and make passengers at ease, to the joy of the surrounding stores and Food & Beverage.
“We’re on a mission to become forerunners in sustainable public space interiors. By working together as a global team, we can set a new standard for sustainable design that will spread around the world.”
We share industry knowledge and insights
We’re setting out to make sustainability the new standard for public space design by constantly seeking and sharing industry knowledge and insights.