Modern leadership calls for open and less formal spaces, both in terms of offices and mindsets.
The future of work is an opportunity and scope for companies and employees. Together with the Fraunhofer Institute, we surveyed 1,200 people in 34 countries and provide new impressions and ideas in the “Challenge the Future of Work” report.
Everything is changing. But simply saying “Change everything” would be too easy. We at Bene are ready and we say: CHALLENGE EVERYTHING.
PHYSICAL DISTANCING TO STAY SOCIAL.
SHIELDED by Bene is a transparent and mobile protective shield for fast and safe division of workplaces. Self-explanatory, simple, universal and usable without assembly.
It is possible to work without necessarily having to be at the workplace.
Working from anywhere outside the office is more than just a trend. For many people, teleworking is part of everyday life.
Ergonomic, comfortable and multifunctional solutions for companies and their employees who work in the home office.
Creating a well-planned and perfectly equipped area for the coffee break can promote a new way of finding a conversation. Coffee NOOXS meets this need and offers an optimal solution for integrating the coffee machine into the office setting.
The new range of height-adjustable desks, that really impress with their innovative and functional design and high product intelligence. Designed for alternating between sitting and standing, available in a variety of designs, colours and surface finishes.
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.
PORTS typifies inspirational cooperation and productive collaboration. The three complementary product lines reflect the high standards of modern-day leadership and, in the way they interact, offer a high degree of adaptability to individual needs in the modern working world.
Bene invites you to an online expert talk with three leading workplace experts: neuropsychologist Elke Geraerts, designer Tom Lloyd and digital champion Saskia van Uffelen.
Bielefeld-based Schüco has enlarged its company headquarters: as well as constructing completely new buildings and extensions, some existing structures on the Schüco Campus have also been converted. Among them is the former production hall, which has been transformed into a modern “new work” office building renovated in line with sustainable principles.
At the end of 2019, the ANZ Banking Group opened their new company building ANZ Raranga. The five-and-a-half floor edifice is designed as an urban oasis with the theme “Workplace 2025”, which offers the ideal setting for the work of the future.
SPOTworx GmbH specialises in the digitalisation and automation of logistical processes. The company provides its customers all over the world with optimised, faster logistics and supply chain management. Naturally, a company such as this also values optimal working processes on an internal level, and therefore expects its offices to provide the appropriate environment.
Tom Lloyd and Luke Pearson impressively demonstrate time and time again what it is that distinguishes high-quality industrial design – being able to take knowledge about the continually changing nature of the ways we work, possibilities offered by production methods and the conditions in which we live and then intelligently applying this to new products and utilisation concepts. In this webinar recording, designers Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd talk about the development of PORTS and the future of leadership.
The architectural practice of Wager Gärtner Knoch specialises in projects involving the refurbishment and conversion of buildings that are worth preserving. It therefore comes as no surprise to learn that the team of architects has implemented a special refurbishment project for its own office: a heritage-listed, mediaeval wooden house constructed in 1496 and at serious risk of collapse was structurally refurbished.
Time and again, the two design partners from London impressively demonstrate what high-quality industrial design is all about, namely cleverly transposing changing ways of working and life situations to new products and usage concepts. 10 years after the joint development of the PARCS product series, the London design studio PearsonLloyd has once again developed an innovative office concept together with Bene: PORTS.