Meet LeanTo: OFS's newest seating option designed for focus and escape

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Seek shelter from the norm.

Every building has those spaces that people are drawn to for escape. Some are intentional through architecture, while others are more natural and based on flow and activity or the lack of it. Nooks, alcoves, corridors, and stairs often present an escape and that’s exactly what LeanTo is designed to achieve.

See Our Work: Methodist's Shorb Tower

We are excited to show off our latest project with our long-standing client, Methodist Healthcare. We recently completed work on the organization’s Shorb Tower, a $275 million project of more than 500,000 square feet.

For this project we provided products for public use areas such as waiting rooms, lobbies, cafes and consult rooms, as well as conference rooms, office spaces and training rooms for Methodist Associates. The end result is both aesthetically pleasing, durable and functional, which all play a vital role in the overall patient experience.

Products for this project came from some of our favorite manufacturers:

As with most of our client’s projects, we assisted with all aspects of Methodist’s experience, from product and fabric selections to ordering, delivery and installation. We enjoy being a “one stop shop” for our clients; it streamlines their communications and allows us to work most efficiently.

Thank you, Methodist, for our continued partnership! We look forward to the good work you will do in and through the new Shorb Tower!

Say hello to Heya

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In Japanese, Heya means “small room.” @OFS Brands Designer Roger Webb created Heya to form smaller spaces within an environment. Designed for both individuals and groups in mind, Heya’s comfort and visual softness allow these small rooms to blend seamlessly into the office, while still providing the closeness and privacy people need to really focus. Webb took Heya to a more portable level with Heya mobile, creating the option to adjust the space according to employee needs throughout the day.

"What's your budget?"

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"What's your budget?" is sometimes a scary question. This furniture budgeting tool from @AllSteel can eliminate some of your worry. It provides a preliminary furniture pricing estimate on a square footage basis, helping you to develop your budget early on in the furniture planning process. The tool will generate a pricing estimate based on three levels of finish: low, medium, and high grade.