May we ask for utmost silence?
To sit in Mute is an experience. It is surprising how much difference there is noisewise on the outside and inside. With its upholstered walls and ceiling, it feels just like sitting in a completely different room.
The uses are many, depending on how you choose to place Mute. Setting the two sofas facing each other increases the feeling of space and the silence is almost total. A lone mute is like its own little thought bubble. Concentration. Where did the world go?
Mute is also available as an open version without a roof. If you want to follow some of what is going on in the room around it, but at the same time to have peace and quiet.
Mute Floor and Wall
Now we mostly work in open space offices with technical aids that make us less tied to a specific workplace. It's nice, we think, but at the same time you want to have the opportunity to work undisturbed, maybe make a call without the noise of the surroundings.
Mute Wall and Floor builds on the old-time telephone box. In the floor model you sit comfortably and work concentrated for a moment. In Mute Wall it's standing work that applies. It is not just the obvious advantage that it's quiet when staying in this furniture, it also signals to your colleagues that you want to be alone for a while.
Mute Floor has built-in power supply and LED lighting in the ceiling. You can also choose a curtain.
Designer: Fredrik Mattson
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