Bene doesn’t think in categories like cabinets, tables or chairs. And definitely not in boxes. As an internationally leading designer and furnisher of office and working environments, we conceptualise and design spaces in which people work well and with pleasure.
The freestanding room-in-room system with integrated ventilation and lighting creates temporary private zones in open spaces.
As part of a change process, employees were heavily involved in the development of the office, and thus were gradually introduced to the concept of the “future of work”.
When designing NOOXS, the London design firm PearsonLloyd was inspired by working methods that are common in architecture. We talked to Tom Lloyd and Luke Pearson about their inspiration, how to delegate work and their favourite song to brainstorm to.
Welcome Muuto! We are delighted to be able to welcome a new partner brand: chairs, sofas, luminaires and much more from Muuto will be available in selected Bene showrooms in the near future. We have used this fantastic new partnership as an opportunity to put three questions to Muuto’s CEO Anders Cleeman.
Future-oriented work. An open and flexible room concept which corresponds with the employees’ own identities and working methods letting them work in a more individual, flexible and targeted manner.
Martin Bergmann, Gernot Bohmann and Harald Gründl have been working together as a design collective since 1995. For Bene they answer questions about their FILO design and they explain how the art of archery has inspired innovative furniture design.
Living Tomorrow is an impressive project, offering people a glimpse into the future of life, health, technology and economy. Thanks to a new cooperation with Bene, Living Tomorrow now also presents the future world of work.
The Bene New Year card is something quite special and new every year. Read the story behind this season’s card in our magazine.