At NeoCon this week, Haworth introduced a new seat by designers Mike & Maaike called Windowseat. The chair is part of their Haworth Collection, a fairly new versatile line of high-quality products that works for both home and office.
The canopy version creates a special, more private experience where you can take a phone call or just get away from the hustle and bustle of the office, or wherever you may be where you need a moment of peace.
Mike & Maaike explore the idea of sub-architectural space, creating a room-within-a-room complete with its own unique perspective, and a little peek-a-boo for fun.
As office spaces shift toward the open plan, it is important to have a place to escape, to think, to make a call, or relax. While sitting in the Windowseat, the ambient noise is reduced and a new visual perspective is created, making the chair a multisensory experience.
The chair is being produced with and without the canopy, and an ottoman will be available too.