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creating positive
human social spaces

The spaces we occupy often don’t fulfil our needs. They are ineffective, disorganised and create a sense of discord amongst those who spend time in them. But defining those spaces and creating something that works efficiently and effectively can often be difficult. We are social space specialists. Before developing our range of space-enhancing furniture, we took the time to understand human behaviour, what makes spaces effective for those who occupy them and how to enhance them.

RECEPTION DESKS | BLEACHER SEATING | MEETING BOOTHS | FEATURE WALLS & CEILINGS | DIVIDER FINS

19. Lewisham College 2

Lewisham College

Stockley Park - Print-108 2

Stockley Park

Gutter-lane-10 2

Gutter Lane

2. Woolfe institute 2

Woolfe Institute

place 2 be 4

Place 2 Be

Queen Mary University of London 1

Queen Mary University of London

Portsoken House 2

Portsoken House

bath spa university 17

Bath Spa University

Moorfields Eye Hospital 3

Moorfields Eye Hospital