With the work from home revolution going strong, adaptable multi-use spaces are more important than ever. Dynamic interiors can accommodate the criteria of the office, whilst seamlessly adapting to the needs of home life. Whether it’s a desk that doubles up as a dining table, or an ergonomic swivel chair upholstered in luxuriously tactile fabric, our edit of the best WFH must-haves is sure to strike the perfect hybrid balance.
Vibrant colours can inspire experimentation and interaction in both private and communal workspaces, with modern material palettes. Enrich the sensory experience by combining elements of natural wood and tactile upholstery, to enhance the feeling of calm.
Our homes should evolve as we do and modular storage units offer the flexibility to be scaled up as the household grows. La Bibliotheque Fil, designed by Pierre Paulin for Ligne Roset in 1972, is a true design classic that looks as fresh today as it did then. The wall-mounted elements feature a minimalist steel wire frame lacquered in a black finish, with a series of square shelves in lacquered multi-ply. With complete versatility, sections can be installed individually or scaled-up in numerous combinations, creating maximum display space with a minimal footprint.
Dynamic design choices are key to the success of hybrid interiors, with two-fold storage solutions skilfully concealing the nitty-gritty, whilst offering plenty of display space for the most treasured personal objects. Selecting pieces that can adapt to meet our shifting needs as our lifestyles change over the years guarantees longevity.
The Dita Storage Collection designed by Pagnon & Pelhaitre for Ligne Roset offers complete customisation with a series of streamlined storage units, sideboards and writing desks, featuring a sleek aluminium frame with interchangeable wood panels, lacquered in a multitude of colourful options.
Dynamic Desk Spaces
As the focal point of any studio or workspace, and the place we spend most hours of the day, choosing a desk that ticks all the boxes is vital. Designed by Cecilie Manz for Fritz Hansen, the Essay Table
, offers maximum space for reunions, whether it’s a meeting with the team or a family dinner, its modern yet robust silhouette combines natural solid oak with a generous table-top range. Where discretion is required, the Inside World Desk by Ligne Roset,
offers added privacy with its integrated mini-screen upholstered in tactile velvet, adding a tangible quality to a functional design.
Shine a light on your new project with our collection of multi-task desk lamps, in all shapes and sizes. From the retro-inspired Bellhop portable lamp by FLOS
, to the directional Anglepoise
in multi-colour by Paul Smith, our curated range of lighting solutions is sure to add a little joy to any workspace.
Designed by Vincent Van Duysen for Flos, Oblique
rethinks the archetype of the traditional desk lamp with a powerful asymmetric light beam, seamlessly illuminating the entire work surface. What’s more, the base features an integrated wireless charging system for a smartphone, eliminating the need for extra cables. Whilst the adaptable Alumina Lamp by Tala
, doubles-up as both a portable table-top lamp and an integrated wall light.
By Jennifer Ring