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We’ve had the pleasure of engaging with Falmouth University Spatial Design degree students this terms. Looking at creating space within a space for workplace environments MARK directors John Miller and Anna Hart set a brief to develop a furniture solution to respond to a very modern workplace issue. Fresh ideas developed by students fuelled many discussions as to how will the workplace and associated furniture settings manifest themselves in the future?

As generation Z enters the workplace, the design of the workplace and furniture will need to support employees with settings that go beyond a traditional workstation. Coupled with a growing awareness in terms of health and productivity that suggests a strong case as to why we shouldn’t be sitting all day the workplace of the future should reflect a very different language and landscape to that which generation X and Y are familiar with today.

News at MARK

New: Type Focus Table

To support the launch of the Type Focus table we have an updated price list detailing the three standard modules along with lighting and power options. Product photography and specification […]


New product intro

What’s your one thing you’d like to get done today? Finding time and a place to do our best work is critical to productivity and in turn job satisfaction. Within […]


Planning for change

The Coronavirus has presented businesses with unprecedented challenges. Businesses now have to consider the short and long term impact on office design. We are designing for changing times. MARK are […]


Table Talks

MARK co-founder and furniture designer John Miller is hosting a series of insightful talks on subject matters close to our heart over the coming weeks. Designed to share our knowledge […]


with care & attention, we are making again

On Monday 4th May MARK are making again. With care and attention for all our team and our wider community production will commence under strict Health and Safety guidance. We […]


Trading during Coronavirus restrictions

All our furniture manufacturing activities will cease today.  Although manufacturers have not specifically been instructed to close, we cannot make furniture without people working together.  So we have taken this […]