We are in a transition period in office decoration and design.
The pandemic has completely changed our view of workspaces and office life, and a concept called the hybrid working method has entered our lives. Although it is difficult to predict how long this method will remain valid, we now know that it will be possible to work from home. Houses are starting to look a bit like offices, and offices are starting to look a bit like homes.
Article by Ummuhan Kazanc
There are very special furniture designs where you can create working environments in the comfort of your home in your office and in the comfort of an office environment in your home. The seating groups of MMInterier offer extraordinary options that will enable you to establish a positive work and life balance. The biggest goal of MMInterier, which has been producing seating groups since 1992, is satisfied customers and quality workmanship. Collaborating with selected designers and well-established material manufacturers, MMInterier draws attention with its uniquely designed, exclusive, and aesthetic furniture.
The concept of chaise-longue designed by René Šulc for MMInterier is based on the aim of creating different seating versions in a single product. With this product, it is possible to sit or almost lie down on an armchair, while extending the legs higher than the pelvis, allowing them to rest and relax. At the same time, this composition goes against the traditional symmetrical arrangement of the sofa. Chaise-longue is a single piece of furniture with certain relaxation properties. Chaise-longue, one of the universal products of MMInterior, can be ordered individually or as an additional element to furniture compositions. An ideal resting unit for short breaks when you are tired in your office.
Vážka, also bearing the signature of René Šulc, received the "Good Design 2006" award held at the Design Center CZ. Inspired by a dragonfly, this chaise-shaped armchair is ideal for relaxation and rest. Height-adjustable headrest cushions adapt to the user's individual body height and maximize comfort.
Element by MMInterier
The Element bears the signature of Boris Klimek. While designing this product, it was based on the main idea of creating a modular acoustic seating area for open public spaces. Due to its shape and functional solution, Element far exceeds this initial purpose and offers a wide range of applications and uses, not just in the public domain. It offers great solutions to architects in terms of material, size, and function. The diverse use of this seat is also supported by the use of upholstered parts (elements) in different ways. These components are not only stackable but also height adjustable. Thus, the acoustically and visually closed sofa can be easily replaced and a more airy upholstered furniture form can be created. There are other components that allow for the creation of both single sofa and corner version sofas. The element sofa can be supplemented with a number of other components: tables, stool, hanger, etc.
Šest is a product designed by hippo design and received the Furniture of the Year Award in 2019. The module “Šest” (meaning “six” in Czech) forms the basic part of modular upholstered seating furniture. It allows the user to create an infinite number of variations, structures, lengths, and widths in an endless range of colors and upholstery fabric types. The upholstered modular system is designed specifically for public spaces and residential interiors. Šest is a very popular product, especially among architects and interior designers, and is preferred for public/commercial interiors.
Šest plus jedna is a product designed by hippo design and received the Furniture of the Year Award in 2019. The module “Šest plus jedna” (meaning “six plus one” in Czech) forms an integral part of the “Šest” upholstered modular system. It has the same dimensions as the “Šest” basic module but is equipped with a backrest that provides the user with more comfortable seating. By combining both modules, seating furniture can be assembled in an endless range of colors and types of upholstery fabrics, in an endless variety of variations, structures, lengths, and widths. The upholstered modular system is designed specifically for public spaces and residential interiors. Šest plus jedna is a very popular product, especially among architects and interior designers, and is preferred for public/commercial interiors.
Shaggy bears the signature of designer Boris Klimek. Shaggy pouf inspired by the haystack. This product is a piece that combines formal simplicity and playfulness, functionality, and a clear ideology, trying to convey nature and the typical rural landscape into our homes. Shaggy is produced in two proportional variations. The lightweight, hollow plastic frame allows this product to be stacked conveniently.
Nomad, bearing the signature of Anar Davaasambuu, was designed with the Mongolian horse saddle and the rocking chair of European culture in mind, and thus carries inspirations from both cultures. This fun armchair offers a slightly uncomfortable but unusual and atypical session. It can be used comfortably in both residential and public interiors. Nomad will fit perfectly into your furniture compositions.
Package by MMInterier
The package is a product jointly designed by Boris Klimek and Lenka Damová. The product received an award at Nabytek Roku 2016. The Package collection is inspired by mailboxes that create comfortable seating items individually or in sets (not tightly coupled), stylish shapes, and functional mutations. Individual packs can be freely combined to create a multitude of different configurations, from a single pouf to gorgeous sofas or corner sets. The original shape, reminiscent of compressed bales, is supported by a sophisticated and playful method by connecting the upholstered parts with an elastic cord. In addition, the elastic rope can be opened when desired, and the fabric covers can be removed and washed. The product is an extra comfortable design for the resting and relaxation areas of the offices as well as the living rooms of the houses.