Designed around people’s needs and activities
Resolve fosters a more naturally human experience of work by enabling people to feel comfortable, valued, and connected in their workspaces.
The natural size, reach, and movements of people determined the 120-degree angle at the heart of Resolve’s structure. This purposeful design consideration means that the tools people need to work are always in reach, increasing efficiency and productivity. Resolve’s curved shape and openness encourages people to connect, while offering privacy for focused work without a feeling of confinement.
Resolve transforms workplaces into strategic tools for attracting and retaining employees, and for communicating an organization’s brand. The system’s unique aesthetic is a compelling addition to diverse office landscapes where people have a choice of supportive furnishings. Customizable screens and a thoughtfully curated palette of colors, materials, and finishes offers opportunities for expressing an organization’s identity.
Resolve helps organizations address economic concerns while attending to the needs of people—a critical balance that delivers greater performance and value to everyone. The system is quick to install and reconfigure, and easy and inexpensive to refresh. Its compact footprint occupies less space in the landscape than traditional solutions, but provides more opportunities for individuals to achieve a comfortable balance between focused work and interaction with others.
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