In Japanese, Heya means “small room.” Designer Roger Webb created Heya to form smaller spaces within an environment. For individuals, Heya creates a place for people to escape, think, and breathe. For groups, Heya creates a place for people to closely collaborate and connect.
Interiors have become activated and people work where they land. Bouncing from height adjustable work surfaces to the casual gatherings centered around softer seating, the common need is still power. Inspired by this nomadic affinity, Agile distributes data, power or both to places for individuals and groups.
Elegant and unwelcoming don’t always go hand-in-hand. For Rowen, designer Brian Graham took inspiration from architecture and landscapes to create a graceful, inviting form that evokes a sense of beauty and peace without sacrificing warmth.