Why activity based working is an increasingly popular workplace solution

The language we use to describe work and workplaces evolves almost as quickly as the workplace itself. And if there is one term that encapsulates cutting edge workplace design thinking in this part of the 21st Century it is Activity Based Working (ABW). As with most of these ideas there is nothing magical, or even new …

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Quality German manufacturing

The Sedus Modern Classics edition High-quality furnishings are an expression of personality and a visual representation of a company’s philosophy. ‘Modern classics’ are commonplace in prestigious executive floors, conference rooms, and customer areas. Elegant and exclusive as they may appear, these furnishings are not necessarily comfortable to sit on for longer periods of time. Deeply …

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The se:line conference swivel armchair – timeless elegance with dynamic comfort.

Decisions are taken during conferences. People and their ideas are the productive capital which determine the success of a business. A harmonious ambiance makes a valuable contribution by formal and functional perfection; comfortable freedom of movement promotes vigour and efficiency. As an international office furnisher and experienced ergonomics expert, Sedus rises to this challenge and …

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se:cube office cube systems opens new possibilities

Specialising in furnishings for trend-setting office concepts, Sedus is building on its recognised expertise with the introduction of the se:cube office cube system. With its strong focus on functionality and well-designed technology, the se:cube opens new possibilities in office work. Open-plan offices remain on-trend, but continue to be met by a less-than-enthusiastic response from the …

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Sedus and Kapsch develop the smart office

Building technology is becoming increasingly sophisticated and the outstanding examples of smart buildings are an impressive demonstration of what is possible with the technology of today. Lighting, heating, ventilation, signage, security and access control systems, and even connected information and communication technology – there is almost nothing that cannot be electronically activated, controlled, digitally recorded, …

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