The Workplace of Tomorrow – nau by Cult

Words by Brett Winchester
Images Courtesy of Cult

Australian contemporary design brand nau has recently released extended collections for both the Mega Tulip Modular Sofa System by Adam Goodrum and Nami Conference Tables by Tom Fereday. Exclusively available at Cult, both collections speak to a sense of curiosity and elegance within the modern workplace.

Exuding a coalescence of work and home, nau’s Mega Tulip Modular Sofa System and Nami Conference Tables bring with them a refreshing intrigue, imbuing the workplace with a refined sense of luxury. From considered materials to flexible design, each piece works hard to reinvent the traditional office space.

The Mega Tulip modular system allows for an unlimited number of compilations that can fit in an array of diverse spaces, giving workplaces the ability to select independent sofas and armchairs, straight or curved segments, including high back booths, depending on their needs.

Designed with the modern workspace in mind, the Mega Tulip is an extension of Adam Goodrum’s original Fat Tulip – a reinvention of the traditional club chair. The Mega Tulip features the similar organic curves of its original predecessor but is interpreted for office space. With the ability to wind its way through a plethora of workplace interiors, the Mega Tulip offers comfortable spaces for individual or group work, meetings or even casual areas for relaxing.

The distinct comfortability of the modular system echoes that of seating traditionally found in residential settings – it is this seamless transition from home to work that aids in making the return to the office that much more enticing. The Mega Tulip modular system allows for an unlimited number of compilations that can fit in an array of diverse spaces, giving workplaces the ability to select independent sofas and armchairs, straight or curved segments, including high back booths, depending on their needs. All modules allow workers the ability to focus on solo work, open spaces for team meetings or interactions with co-workers, as well as incorporating much needed privacy.

Handcrafted in New South Wales, the Nami Conference Tables by Tom Fereday combine both functionality and craftsmanship, creating the ideal platform for team meetings in both casual and professional settings

Handcrafted in New South Wales, the Nami Conference Tables by Tom Fereday combine both functionality and craftsmanship, creating the ideal platform for team meetings in both casual and professional settings. The Conference Tables are available in both customisable High and Low options, designed to suit an array of commercial environments.

Seamlessly fitting within the office space, the Conference Tables are designed to endure. Meaning ‘wave’ in Japanese, the Nami collection reinforces a sense of elegant timelessness – the Conference Tables are an extension of the authentic approach to both design and material. Crafted from sustainably certified solid timber, the directional grain details featured throughout are achieved through expert craftmanship and considered attention to detail.

Exclusively available through Cult in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, the latest additions to nau offer workplaces contemporary designs with Australian sensibilities. Both the Mega Tulip Modular Sofa System by Adam Goodrum and the Nami Conference Tables by Tom Fereday work to inspire and revive the traditional workplace.