Surfing both the ‘agile’ and ‘wellness’ waves at the same time, MARK Product’s new Studioscape range, designed by Hart and Miller, is a bold concept that combines seating, planting and tables with power and data in a single modular system.
Launched at Clerkenwell Design Week 2018, Studioscape builds on the success of MARK’s ‘Studio’ seating by harnessing the health and wellbeing benefits of the biophelia phenomenon.
‘We have designed and made a number of bespoke planters for our clients over recent years. We felt there was an opportunity to treat planters more as loose furniture – easy to move around and easy to mix with other furniture’ explains MARK’s John Miller. Anna Hart goes on to add that this approach fits the vision of the company to view furniture as the building blocks of interiors, not as ‘hero products’. ‘You can literally specify the seating elements you want, fabrics, finishes, plants and all from the same list, the same supplier. It’s a design concept but also about convenience and efficiency.
The modular system is based on a 750×750 grid which gives a huge range of space-planning options and easy reconfiguration. As well as the standard set of elements MARK can manufacture bespoke elements where needed to accommodate particular space needs.
The Studioscape planters also work really well as separate items – shown here with MARK’s Piazza sofa and Alf chairs, also designed by Hart Miller.
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