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Activity Spaces by Knoll and Antenna Design
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Workspaces have been going through a huge shift in recent years with more people collaborating and working in open concept offices, making it necessary for multifunctional and adaptive furnishings. Knoll partnered with Antenna Design to create a new product line called Activity Spaces that lets you customize your own flexible work environment.

I love the Toboggan Chairs (image above) where the raised surface can be used as a desk, armrest, or backrest.

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Refuge

They believe that there are five “go to” spaces that are places, “for temporary group and individual work” that include Refuge, Enclave, Team Meeting, Assembly, and Community.

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Refuge

In addition to Knoll’s already iconic line of office staples, they’ve added some additional products to the repertoire that work in conjunction with the old favorites. There are stacking chairs, marker boards, a desk/chair combo, and tech powered pieces that will keep your devices charged and connected.

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Enclave

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Enclave

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Team Meeting

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Team Meeting

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Assembly

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Assembly

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Community

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Community

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.