Visionary concepts for a new work culture
Orgatec is the world’s leading trade fair for Office and Facility and attracts over 55.000 visitors every two years. This year, the fair focuses on ‘Visionary concepts for a new work culture’.
A natural fit for Prooff shares Leo Schouten, director of the company: “At Prooff, we develop innovative products for people in the public domain and the progressive office. Collaborating closely with designers, (interior)architects, scientists, and strategists, we devise solutions to meet the ever-changing needs of employees all over the world.”
Shining a new light
The modular and multifunctional furniture concepts of Prooff champion health and wellbeing, encourage collaboration and enhance efficiency in the workspace. At Orgatec, DoepelStrijkers envisioned that idea in a 200 square metres stand.
Eline Strijkers: “The furniture of the Prooff collection focuses on stimulating different forms of activity. Research has shown that spaces where change can be experienced, stress is reduced and productivity is promoted. The visitors of Orgatec are invited through the stand by the means of light, resulting in reflection and movement. Just like nature, the stand is moving and adapting to the visitors of Orgatec.”
Hall 10.1, Stand F-010
Orgatec at Koelnmesse, Cologne in Germany
Tuesday 23-10-2018 to Saturday 27-10-2018
Tuesday to Friday from 09:00 am to 06:00 pm
Saturday from 09:00 am to 04:00 pm
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Summer closing of factories 2019
Whilst our Prooff offices are open year round, our Dutch manufacturers will take a well-deserved break this summer.
Production will not take place in weeks 30, 31 and 32 (19th of July till 9th of August 2019). This may influence our lead times. We will inform you accordingly in case it affects your order.
How the workspace can contribute to well-being at work: company culture
How does company culture influence well-being in the workplace? Innovation manager Govert Flint discusses the topic with cultural anthropologist and consultant Erik Lanting.