A single system that plays across the office landscape

It’s easy for anyone to find a home base in Layout Studio. It integrates personalized work tools and storage and can take many forms across the office landscape in both seated and standing heights. Layout Studio’s choices play well with organizations, too. It lets them scale up or down as needed and accommodate local preferences within a global system.

About the person

Layout Studio lets people edit their space in a personal way. Choices for storage and multifunctional work tools allow the individual to fine-tune and adjust each work area as needed. The organization achieves spatial efficiency, and the person maintains a sense of autonomy.

Layout Studio individual workstation with gray top, a pencil cup, open book, a Flo Monitor Arm with monitor, and a black Aeron chair.
Individual Layout Studio individual workstations with Black Aeron Chairs and green upholstered Setu Chairs, with personal items and task lighting.

Across the landscape

Available in both seated and standing heights, Layout Studio applies in settings across the office landscape, from individual workspaces to project team tables. Its range of choices and ability to scale up or down means that Layout Studio can be responsive to the needs of individuals and teams and change as those needs evolve.

Around the world

Working styles across the world fully informed the design of Layout Studio. Starting with a universal foundation, the system incorporates subtle changes that make sense for different cultures and countries. The outcome is consistent form and function that translates across the globe.

Angled Layout Studio workstations with green dividing screens, Gray Mirra 2 Chairs, and green dividing screens near lateral file storage.
Black Eames molded fiberglass stools with navy blue upholstery at a Layout Studio standing-height table.

Into the future

Choices and scalability ensure Layout Studio can change with the needs of an organization and its people. As teams grow and condense, as personal preferences shift, organizations can respond—well into the future—by scaling the system up or down, or changing how it’s arranged.