Established in 2000,
The following pieces from Modus—the Edge portfolio, Spring table, April sofa system and Everyday chair—represent a handsome selection of the brand’s latest designs. They were developed in collaboration with several esteemed designers—PearsonLloyd, Kenneth Grange and SmithMatthias, and Claesson Koivisto Rune. In the context of contemporary office environments, the designs are particularly apt.
Edge portfolio by PearsonLloyd
The new minimalist Edge portfolio takes into account the many demands of the modern-day workplace. Meet, eat, work or rest, the Edge portfolio has it covered. A modular system, the varied elements of Edge combine to create a multitude of environments, including: open-plan work spaces, stand-alone pieces, shared tables, linear seating, clustered zones, and storage with integrated seating. The applications of the Edge portfolio are endless indeed.
Designed by London-based design studio PearsonLloyd in collaboration with Modus, the Edge portfolio excels as a clever, flexible and adaptable workplace solution.
Spring by Kenneth Grange and SmithMatthias
Conceived and developed by British design royalty Sir Kenneth Grange in collaboration with London-based design studio SmithMatthias, Spring is an altogether discerning table design. Available in a selection of configurations, these minimal, focused and utilitarian tables are visibly harmonious, especially when placed side by side. In addition, the perceptible metal bracket is a clever touch.
April System by Kenneth Grange and SmithMatthias
With its light profile, the sinuous April sofa system is a graceful design by Kenneth Grange and SmithMatthias. In formal or casual surroundings, this hugely flexible seating system is perfect when dividing large areas or creating flow around the objects in a space. All one needs is their imagination.