CURBED's Liz Stinson reports that the Republic of Fritz Hansen, the Danish design studio known for its warm yet minimalist furniture has unveiled a new line of furniture called Plenum that "aim to make an open plan layout a little less open with its cocoon-like design."
Jaime Hayon designed the line with fabric partitions that curve around the seats to give a sense of privacy and trust. “In creating Plenum,” he says, “the overall objective was to challenge the concept of traditional office furniture and create a felling of home.”
You can expect rounded shapes, curves, and soft colors throughout the collection, but that doesn’t mean function is lacking. Each of the pieces is loaded with office friendly features like power plugs, USB ports, and mounted tables, which makes them the perfect hideout for when your desk mate’s mechanical keyboard gets to be too much.