Choice. Harmony. Connection. Canvas Office Landscape GROUP-BASED

It seems like a lot of the Better Ways to Work blog posts have been about new and exciting products lately and this weeks blog post, my dear, is no different!  There are just so many new and exciting products coming down the turn pike at us right now, it’s hard to choose just one to write about this week.  But we did and this week I am going to tell you about the new member to our famous Canvas Office Landscape  system and that is a little something like to call Group-Based.

This is Herman Miller staying competitive and meeting clients needs with the here-to-stay trend of collaboration and technology.  The Group-Based gives people choices about how and where they want to work all while maintaining an aesthetic and functional harmony throughout the space.  Technology options with in the Group-Based wall help people stay connected and supports the sharing of ideas and flow of communication.

The Group-Based products includes standing screens, team walls, and a team wall/technology module.  These elements were design specifically for small group settings and provides more choice and variety in ways to work.

The Canvas Group-Based really helps create a successful space where community and technology can come together for the greater good of idea-generation.  Now, lets give credit where credit is due for such an innovative and supportive product.  Canvas is at cumulation of designers work, most recently including Jeffrey Bernett and Nicholas Dodziuk of CDS in New York who both branched off the connected work of Douglas Ball and Joey Ruiter.

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 If you are interested in learning more about the Group-Based wall feel free to contact us and we’d be more than happy to help!

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