In 2009 a new kind of furniture was launched: PARCS inspired unconventional office layouts, breaking out from established formats and routines. We celebrate 10 years urban-style encounters in the office.
PIXEL may look like a box but it can also be a table, a bench, a platform, a shelf and so much more. PIXEL building blocks ensure that you can flexibly shape space to support a number of different team tasks.
WORK LIKE YOU.
STUDIO – a workplace system for those who work, sleep and breathe design. With its minimalist design and smart functionality, the modular workplace system allows you to create a work environment to fit your personal and professional needs.
Bene publishes the Future of Work Report 2018. Topics include: digital transformation, leadership, the purpose of work, and open collaboration.
EVOLUTION AT WORK is Bene’s Office Guide, which reflects on new trends and developments, and takes them further. It is intended as a handbook to inspire new working environments and enable companies to find their own path towards a culture of collaboration.
At the leading design fair Maison&Objet in Paris in September, Bene introduced their latest innovative solutions for the working environments of tomorrow, which allow fluid boundaries between work and leisure.
Ergonomics in the workplace, combined with high quality materials and exclusive design.
A unique touring exhibition for the construction and interiors sector in Belgium. From 4th to 8th November, the MS Grace cruiser will visit Ghent, Brussels, Antwerp, Hasselt and Liège. Come on board in your nearest town and join us on the water!
In 2009 a new kind of furniture was launched: PARCS inspired unconventional office layouts, breaking out from established formats and routines. Jointly developed by the London design duo PearsonLloyd, it defined a new style of office interaction – informal, inspirational and communicative. We celebrate 10 years of PARCS and revisit the background to this success story.
The new CCC Research and Development Centre in Polkowice is one of the most spectacular office projects in Poland in recent years. CCC converted its existing headquarters, warehouse and factory into a modern office and technology park. The interior of the former industrial hall was completely redesigned, creating a new functional room division. The industrial character perfectly fits the company philosophy and product range of CCC and provides a distinctive atmosphere.
Nine young men and women sit in a circle on wooden stools. They are here together to discuss the future of work. These entrepreneurs, influencers and managers, already have a good amount of work life experience to know how it all goes, or at least they have an inkling of how it does. But what they certainty have a good idea about is what the working world might look like in ten or twenty years’ time. Over the course of two hours themes including artificial intelligence, robotics, workplace dynamics and management systems, as well as personal objectives and the meaning of work, are explored professionally and with purpose. And with empathy, too!