Facilitating wellness: West Elm’s new office furniture

West Elm introduced the West Elm Workspace with over 75 pieces of furniture for the modern office.  Designed to make the office feel less “office-like,” West Elm Workspace’s offerings were created in collaboration with designer and manufacturer of office furniture, Inscape. The pieces include private offices; tables; benching systems; task, guest, occasional and lounge seating; storage; and accessories, in addition to sit-stand options and ergonomic solutions that facilitate wellness in the work environment.

A line of customized conference tables made in a variety of finishes by Brooklyn-based, furniture designer Mark Jupiter are a highlight; while fabrics by Designtex offer layered patterns favoring a mix of natural materials and texture.

Designed by West Elm and produced and distributed in North America by Inscape and Designtex, the pieces are split into four collections - Mid-century, Modern, Industrial and Contemporary.

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West Elm is headquartered in Brooklyn, NY. It introduced its first catalog in 2002, followed by its first store in 2003. The brand’s offerings can be found in 74 retail stores in the US, Canada, Australia, and the UK.

Inscape is a designer and manufacturer of office furniture. It was established over 125 years ago.

Designtex manufactures textiles, wallcoverings and surface solutions with products such as upholstery, wallcoverings, panel fabrics, privacy textiles and handmade rugs. Designtex is a Steelcase company.

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