Luna Superfurniture for your Office

Office furniture usually brings to mind some sober furniture that suggest professionalism and seriousness, standard furniture in dark colours. Nothing colourful or out of the ordinary. Well, I did say usually. Some companies , however, prefer some spectacular furniture that stands out from the crowd because these companies usually work in a department where creativity is very important. And you can\t have creativity unless you have the proper environment. I am talking about people working in advertising, in developing software, computer games, designing toys and so on. All these people need to be creative, so they need a special place where to relax and try to catch inspiration, to generate new ideas. They need a “playground for grownups” if you like the term.

Fortunately they now have exactly what they need with this Luna superfurniture, which is more like a playground and the Swedish designers from Claesson Koivisto Rune did a great job. It is actually an upholstered oval construction that is sixty feet long  and two and a half feet wide that has some funny circular holes in it. You can use this superfurniture for playing there, talking, drawing, sipping coffee or anything that you like as long as you relax and then are prepared to come back to work. Did I mention that it is all red and you can bring your red pillow , too? It’s so nice that I want one at home, too.

Published by in Office Design Ideas, on July 30th, 2011


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