Clouds are an apt metaphor for Watson’s C9 (Cloud Nine) Workstation. Not only because its light and ephemeral aspect will have you feel like you’re walking on air, but also because of its affinity for asynchronous forms.
This isn’t to say C9 can’t be linear. The connecting rail system, which is also the conduit for power and data, can be angled anywhere along the spectrum, from zero to 90, thus enabling “layouts tailored to the specific needs of a given individual and team, bending space to people and adapting to change with minimal disruption.”
It’s a great solution for the challenges of the open office. Because it’s inherently flexible, C9 engenders an infinitude of spatial arrangement—“improving sightlines and helping people to flow more organically.”
If the rail is C9’s spine, the worktop is its heart. This is a sleek bit of Danish craftsmanship from Morten Nikolajsen.
Surrounding environs may be adorned with privacy screens, planters, personal storage, and team tables. There’s also a Collaborative Work Island option for breakout sessions and standing work.
To find out more, see Watson.