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First the school bench, then the wooden skid chair and now comprehensive furniture and media concepts for education and offices – for 125 years, VS has been making a name for itself as an equipment supplier to the knowledge society and is now renowned worldwide. The head office and sole production site of this family-run company with more than 1500 employees is Tauberbischofsheim. Here, everything is interlinked – from the initial idea for inspiring educational and working spaces through development and production and on to direct sales and service. And at the centre of everything, there are always the five company values: integrity, tolerance, independence, desire to improve and sustainability.
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From stand-up meetings to ideas workshops to creative laboratories: The world of work is becoming ever more open to change and working environments are increasingly evolving into learning environments. And a prerequisite for spaces that make this possible is mobility.
Because how are thoughts supposed to get moving when everything else stays in its place?
Co-creative collaboration only truly comes to life with furniture and media that can be constantly rearranged: mobile interactive displays, stackable folding tables, wheel-mounted stand-at tables, versatile seating possibilities, flexible presentation spaces ... for businesses and people that want to develop further.
What should an office look like if people today are to think of it as a workplace worth living in? Space that facilitates concentrated individual work just as much as straightforward discussions? That looks good but is still functional?
We believe that standard solutions are a thing of the past. The future belongs to a variety! Of course, the basics, tables and chairs, will still have their place – alongside room-in-room solutions where users can telephone and conduct Zoom meetings undisturbed. All complemented by working lounges where people can meet up in twos or threes without disturbing anyone else.
And one of the key aims of the design of this type of working area is also to avoid disturbing concentration. In addition, linear shapes and harmonious colours ensure a pleasant, restrained atmosphere.