As we know, the way we all live and work is evolving, with employees seeking out areas away from their desks to focus on independent work or to work within collaborative groups; however, space within the modern work place is at a premium.
Booths can be used within open plan spaces as acoustic havens for individual or collaborative working when meeting rooms are in use, and NaughtOne has just launched an exciting new solution to support agile working; Pullman.
Pullman takes its name from the era of the steam trains where the Pullman was reserved for first class travel. Pullman is designed to be a luxurious and private collaborative space that is ideal for breakout spaces and time needed away from desks.
Six months in the making in our Research and Development room lovingly named Fiji, Pullman has been designed and developed with the way we all work, at the forefront of our minds. The need for AV integration and power and data availability is key, which is why Pullman has been built to hide cables within the upholstery and comes fitted with a monitor bracket.
The internal frame is constructed from CNC cut plywood topped with CMHR foams, then upholstered in a wide variety of fabrics, allowing Pullman to fit effortlessly into a scheme.
Pullman is available in two seat widths for four people or three seat widths for six people, and with a variety of table top finish options and optional accessories, such as a magnetic whiteboard that can be used to write on or pin notes to.
Pullman is now available for specification into UK and Europe projects. For pricing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org