Jaime Hayon Designs His First Piece of Contract Furniture for Fritz Hansen

October 10, 2018 Caroline Williamson

Jaime Hayon Designs His First Piece of Contract Furniture for Fritz Hansen

Jaime Hayon is taking his first step into the contract furniture world with a new collaboration with Fritz Hansen. With many companies going open concept, they become in need of privacy furniture that allows employees a spot to concentrate on work or a group setting to collaborate and not disturb others. Enter the Plenum™ series, a trio of seating options designed for collaboration, concentration, or even relaxation.

The Plenum™ series comprises one-, two-, and three-seater sofas with optional features like power plugs, USB ports, and mounted or separate tables. The design offers a comfortable place to work with raised sides and backs that help eliminate distractions and surrounding noise so work can be done in piece or a few moments can be enjoyed for relaxation.

The pieces can be grouped together or used separately in a variety of environments that go beyond the office, including airports and hotel lobbies.

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