Antenna Workspaces Idea & Concept

How open is today’s open office? That is the fundamental question that Antenna Workspaces by Masamichi Udagawa and Sigi Moeslinger raises—and answers—with their eponymous office system. For their first foray into the furniture industry, the principals of Antenna Design have created a deceptively simple collection of desks, tables, storage units and screens that can be combined and recombined in a seemingly infinite number of ways. At first glance, the collection’s straightforward, nononsense detailing gives an overall implistic air, but, on closer inspection, it becomes evident that, just as its name implies, Antenna Workspaces embodies an implicit and knowing critique of its many precedents, instinctively detecting, interpreting and even forecasting subtle signs in today’s changing office landscape.

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