1776 is an incubator space in Washington, D.C., that aims "to reinvent the world by connecting the hottest startups with the resources they need to excel." Located just a few block from the White House, 1776 serves as a global hub for startups tackling major challenges in education, energy, health care, government, and other critical industries."
To create an inspiring space that facilitates innovation, 1776 partnered with O'Neil Studios and Knoll to select a mix of reclaimed furniture as well as new Knoll designs for a range of workspace — from private desks and shared desks to high- and low-top tables, sofas and lounge chairs. 1776 selected a mix of Antenna® Workspaces Big Table and Antenna® Standing Height Tables, all with white laminate tops and red painted legs for a uniformed aesthetic.
Antenna Tables are ideal touchdown stations, allowing users to quickly settle in and get right to work. Antenna® Workspaces Big Table provides accessible power just below the worksurface. The space also features ReGeneration by Knoll® chairs and ReGeneration by Knoll® High Task chairs throughout, both with a slim profile and contoured frame that leverages flexible and durable materials that respond to users' movements.