June 21, 2018
Kudos to KI for endeavors in the area of personalized workspace furniture; congrats for the NeoCon Gold award in Furniture Systems and Enhancements; and fanfare for the fun factor embodied in their giveaways of temporary tattoos.
The latter was an amusing token and useful emblem of the spirit of Tattoo: “a collection of products as well as a design philosophy that invites you to rethink and rearrange your space.”
Comprised of moveable space division screens, lounge seating scaled for smaller spaces, movable personal storage, and height-adjustable tables, Tattoo works with today’s flexible office—these are light yet durable pieces that are easy to reconfigure and personalize.
With Tattoo, users may “move, manipulate, and modify” their personal and collaborative spaces. The collection exudes a resimercial spirit that’s attractive—indeed essential—to today’s eclectic workforce. Tattoo’s furnishings are welcoming and hip, comfy and functional spaces that could do double duty as live/work infrastructure.
“Placed and moved without tools or the need to involve facilities, Tattoo offers a virtually unlimited array of workstyle solutions that are user centric, eliminating reconfiguration downtime and related costs.” For more information, see KI.
Posted June 21, 2018 by Joseph Starr