The raw shell of the GRID provides a base for modular seating, shelves, tables and screens, which can be integrated in different ways to create a playful and multi-functional environment for informal meetings, presentations or simply hanging out.
The revolutionary Grid by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec has evolved to offer an even wider array of live/work modules. Grid, a highly flexible system that creates a room-within-a-room, now features U-shaped and single-sided configurations of seating and work surfaces, as well as integrated tables for screens.
We need to move and we need to put our body in different postures throughout the day. Diversity of posture is important.
These are available in the Grid’s unique mix of tactile textiles and materials, including powder-coated metal, larch wood and fine fabrics from Kvadrat. “The multi-functional Grid is a response to the current change in how we live and work. “You can work anytime and anywhere with your mobile or laptop. People think ergonomics is based on very clear rules of how you should sit, but what you really need is to be able to stand up, walk and sit. We need to move and we need to put our body in different postures throughout the day. Diversity of posture is important.
'Something we should never forget about furniture designs is that most of the time they carry a lot of tradition, a lot of precept components that belong to a quite old time...the rawness is one way to escape that.
The world of work is about movement now. When people had desktop computers, they were a bit like workers in a factory as they had to sit at their desktops to work...but what you really need is to be able to stand up, walk and sit. - said Erwan Bouroullec.