Modern offices are often filled with furniture from decades ago. This outdated seating can create an unwelcoming environment that is definitely in need of a refresh, and that’s exactly what the Wrap Bench is here to do.
Designed to bridge the gap between the office environment and communal lounge areas, the large seats are orientated in opposing directions to subtly create privacy for the users. To separate the two seats and to allow the seating to accommodate different needs in the office space, the middle section offers different units; these include the option for built-in power outlets, a magazine rack or a small table.
The metal construction is not only cost effective and offers a sturdy structure, but it’s also what makes this seating visually interesting; the harsh contrast between the cold, hard, industrial feel of the metal and the plush, soft and welcoming appearance of the cushions is a unique and beautiful aspect of the Wrap Bench.
Designer: Julie Hong
In order to accommodate different needs in office space, middle area offers different units that can be installed. First option is a built-in outlet to charge your electronics with storage to hold items like post-it notes and pens. Another unit is magazine rack with mini table for coffee break. However without any additional units, middle area can still simply used as a side table for drinks and other belongings. The small cushion in the middle is for your lap, so you can rest your laptop or tablet comfortably.