Through the Cases collection, Jean Nouvel paints a picture of the office as a work of spontaneous architecture. This customisable system allows the various pieces to come together, via a process of controlled improvisation, to create diverse spaces which reflect the mood and habits of those that use them.
Desks which can be placed anywhere, grouped together, reorganised or temporarily removed. The Cases collection encourages people to make spontaneous arrangements, creating friendlier work environments and promoting less conventional behavioural habits. Composed of modular elements which can be arranged at will, Cases offers a huge degree of compositional freedom and a wide choice of elements, materials, finishes and colours, allowing for people to personalise their workstation and make them truly unique. Arranged at will to suit specific organisational requirements and individual visions of space, these solutions can be set out in rows, blocks, towers and so on, creating playful, welcoming office skylines.