If the city is an analogue for the workspace landscape, then Todd Bracher’s Cityscape 2.0 is the urban planner.
A system of modular lounge furniture, Cityscape 2.0 is comprised of four- and five-sided seating modules, thus playing all the angles, so to speak.
Ottomans, lounges, and in-line tables may be easily joined with ganging brackets, allowing for both linear and curving configurations to support face-to-face group collaboration as well as solo work.
The collection also synthesizes a residential look with commercial-grade durability: “with unique pointed back cushions that evoke accent throw pillows and a dense foam construction engineered to withstand the demands of high-traffic spaces.”
Additional options include integrated power within the tables. Choice of finishes range from wood laminate, solid laminate, powder-coated metal, and polished chrome. And of course there’s a bounty of upholstery options. See