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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.

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Clerkenwell OPEN Giveaway

If you’re going to be on the move next week for Clerkenwell OPEN be sure to pop in to our showroom for your chance to win a feast of Cornish […]


We’re looking for a creative…

MARK are a values driven, design-led British furniture manufacturer whose ethics and passion drive our high standards in sustainable production. We’re on the hunt for a creative communications & digital […]


We’re recruiting – Production Administrator

MARK are a fast-growing, design-led British furniture manufacturer whose values and purpose drive our high standards in sustainable production. We are recruiting for a passionate and driven individual to join […]


Clerkenwell OPEN

MARK Product are delighted to be taking part in Clerkenwell OPEN from 9-10 September. This two-day showroom trailtakes visitors on a journey through exciting new product launches and showroom events. […]


Plastic is a fantastic material when used in the right way, in the right place but…

Packing our products in plastic is not right. Going single use plastic free is a challenge we have set ourselves for 2021. Specifically eliminating it from the storage and delivery […]


Does the world really need another chair or table?

It’s a reasonable question. As manufacturers, we have a responsibility to make sure our products are an improvement on the products they replace:  that we are using the materials and […]