Fuseproject Designs Collaboration Range For Herman Miller

Fuseproject Designs Collaboration Range For Herman Miller

New office furniture encourages conversations and creativity.

Keerthana Jagadeesh
  • 10 june 2013

Fuseproject, the San Francisco based product design and branding firm, has created a range of new office furniture for innovative furniture house Herman Miller. Designed by Yves Behar, the new line debuted at the NeoCon trade fair in Chicago.

Entitled The Public Office Landscape, the furniture set is designed to encourage spontaneous conversations and an interactive atmosphere. The furniture is designed with three concepts, ‘Social Desking’ for individuals to work closely with others, ‘Group spaces’ for collaborative meetings and  ‘Interstitial spaces’ that create a sense of community in the office. The group spaces are all interconnected with other individual desks creating a fluid movement along a network without the hindering and traditional demarcations of hierarchy and closed spaces. The furniture is meant to blend seamlessly with the creative vibes of an office space, enabling easy conversations between collaborators.


Public Office Landscape is set to become a part of Herman Miller’s Living Office furniture collection that also features the furniture deseign work of Sam Hecht and Kim Colin, and Studio 7.5. With Living Office, Herman Miller offers a new workspace in which people can express themselves.


Watch the video for the furniture layout here.

Public Office Landscape

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