Last week, Inscape Corporation held a reception in its New York showroom to announce its partnership with West Elm and showcase its products. The event was packed with industry leaders, designers, press, and real estate brokers who warmed up next to the showroom fireplace, danced to music from a live DJ, and shared where they hailed from on a large touchscreen map displayed on a large television.
The showroom features Inscape’s latest and greatest products, five of which were honored with Gold and Silver Best of NeoCon awards this year at NeoCon in Chicago. Terri tory, Inscape Bench, Interval, Veil, and Aria were throughout the showroom, allowing for visitors to scope out the products within a large, open environment.
Formwelt Industriedesign designed Terri tory, a dynamic modular storage system that helps create zones within an open environment, and provides storage and privacy.
Created for agile workers, Inscape Bench is suited for open plan environments. Designed by David Parshad of Inscape Studio, Inscape Bench is customizable, scalable, and includes open, low profile benches and technology-intensive applications. Veil—designed by David Parshad of Inscape Studio—is a collection of accessories that allow users to adjust the level of acoustics and visual privacy within an office setting.
Designed by Inscape Studio, Interval is a post and bean architectural solution that acts as a skeleton for open office plans and private offices.
Inspired by refined minimalism, Aria is a combination of solid and glass panels that work together to create a unique workspace. Designed by Babini Office, Aria plays with patterns, transparency, brightness, and the free flow of thought and activity.
Although Inscape’s products highlighted the showroom space, the announcement of its partnership with West Elm was the buzz of the event. In spring 2015, West Elm and Inscape will launch West Elm Workspace, a collection of more than 50 office products.