From flooring to office furniture, workplace acoustics and everything in between – the Workspace Design Show 2023 (27-28 February) is all about showcasing new trends – which is why the Staverton team plans to be front and centre.
With the help of an engaging stand, not to mention our knowledgeable and enthusiastic sales team, we’ll be showcasing four of our newest pieces of office furniture – all of which have been designed to help shape the agile office with our signature flexibility, quality and attention to detail.
Jamie Wilson, Sales Director at Staverton said: “The desire for office furniture that helps to define different work zones, breakout spaces and social areas in open plan spaces is at an all-time high. We’ve carefully curated our stand to reflect these trends and show some of our most versatile and flexible pieces of furniture, all of which have been designed to support and shape the agile workplace.”
On stand B12 at the London Design Centre – you’ll be able to see Staverton’s fabulous four:
Scrumwall – a flexible space-defining structure which supports workplace agility, provides tech-led work settings and houses AV discreetly. Scrumwall can be customised and configured to suit a variety of space requirements, uses and aesthetics – so it can support standing-height tables for impromptu gatherings, integrated technology for collaboration, sitting-height desks for individual working and credenzas for storage.
Our new modular storage range, designed to integrate with Staverton BX – our customisable and smart lockers. The storage range is now available in full and mid-height options, with open-fronted shelve units and overhead storage modules.
A new height-adjustable mobile table which complements our celebrated SOS2 sit-stand desk range. The table is powered by a battery pack, so no cabling to a fixed floor outlet socket, or floor box. Additionally, the table has a laptop and mobile phone charging facility through a USB outlet.
The latest additions to our grid-based partition and storage system TT – which include planters, a TV cubby with a storage unit and a locker. TT is an aesthetically bold range and offers unparalleled levels of flexibility and reconfigurability. It can be used to define spaces, provide storage and support hybrid working. There’s also a mobile option for the ultimate flexibility.
The show will give the UK workspace community the chance to see what Staverton, as a renowned British manufacturer of office furniture is all about, and discover how we combine form, function and flexibility in response to clients’ specific challenges, without compromise.
Sustainability is a key theme at this year’s Workspace Design Show and the subject of a full day of talks and panel discussions as part of the show’s Insights lounge. It’s also a topic close to Staverton’s heart, and we will share details of our company’s mission to be the UK’s most client-focused and carbon neutral manufacturer of well-designed office furniture, on stand.
Jamie added: “It’s a bold ambition but sustainability is already part of our DNA. We’ve made some great progress already. We’re now carbon-neutral for energy, recycle 98.5% of all our waste, share components between designs to cut down on manufacturing, build longevity into our designs, remove packaging from our office furniture and a whole lot more. We know that sustainability isn’t a task, but rather a commitment and we’re keen to really make it a key part of our brand.”
“It’s great to see that sustainability features so prominently on the agenda at this year’s show, and we look forward to discussing sustainability best practices with the interiors community, as well as talking to customers new and old, about how we can solve their furniture challenges.”