Over the last few years and despite the challenges of the pandemic, Staverton continued to expand its product range significantly, moving on from simply being a British office manufacturer of desks to include a broader selection of office furniture solutions to reflect more agile and collaborative ways of working.
Staverton upgraded some of its best-loved office furniture pieces, including SOS sit-stand desks and the SL system, by adding a whole host of new features as standard. The business also launched its newest product Scrumwall – a flexible space-defining structure which supports workplace agility, provides tech-led work settings and houses AV discreetly – to the open market.
Scrumwall was designed for global sports, betting and entertainment provider Flutter Entertainment Plc’s new global headquarters in Dublin – a vast project which was finished in 2022 and represents one of Staverton’s largest in its history.
In 2022 Staverton re-opened its showroom doors to take part in Clerkenwell Design Week after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. During the three-day event, Staverton welcomed a bumper number of guests and showcased Scrumwall, TT and the latest iteration of its sit-stand desk, SOS2.
More recently Staverton took its products to The Workspace Design Show at the London Design Centre – proof that the business is firmly back to exhibiting and bringing Staverton’s problem-solving approach to a wider audience.
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) objectives have risen sharply up Staverton’s agenda during this time and the business has made great strides forward with regard to environmental performance. Staverton is now Carbon Neutral for Energy and has offset its energy-related carbon by supporting two global initiatives (more on that here). More broadly the business is also working to reduce waste and the emissions it produces by ensuring that sustainability informs every aspect of its operations and how Staverton designs and manufactures office furniture.