What we're doing
Steelcase is open for business to support our customers, especially healthcare entities and those on the front of this pandemic. We have teams doing everything they can to support essential services and industries. As we comply with government guidelines around the world and some of our global operations experience temporary suspension, we are working remotely where required. This is a unique time, and we believe we're uniquely positioned to serve you. Check back often for updates, and let us now what we can do to support your people, your workplace and your business goals.
Steelcase Flex creates dynamic team neighborhoods that are designed for spontaneity. It empowers teams to reconfigure their space on demand, making it easy to shift from a brainstorm to a workshop, or from a daily stand-up to a sprint review.
Co-developed with Microsoft for the Surface Hub 2, the lightweight mobile stand and easy-to-install wall mount of Steelcase Roam untethers teams from traditionally limited collaborative environments so they can work together how they like: easily, actively and spontaneously.
Greenpoint Private Office offers a contemporary take on the private office with its distinct visual language and fresh materiality options.
Mackinac, designed for movement and transition, creates microzones that support the different types of work from deep concentration to broad collaboration.
With its modern form and tapered legs, the west elm Work Mesa Sectional adds style to any workspace. Modular pieces can easily create common areas of any size.
Campfire Lounge System by Turnstone can be configured to build an unlimited number of seating arrangements.
Ology height-adjustable benches support the physiology and biology of workers in any health-conscious work environment regardless of size, layout or footprint.
The SILQ chair is a breakthrough in seating design with innovative materiality and a personal experience by responding to the unique movements of your body.
Coalesse has developed color, pattern and materials capability programs that bring more selection to their products through these paths to customization.
Workplace Advisor Subscription is a continuous space management tool that lets organizations monitor, quantify and optimize ongoing workplace performance.
Thoughtfully designed to blend traditional materials, Shortcut Wood adds character to informal spaces without sacrificing comfort.
Brody Desk is a high-performing private workstation designed specifically for the in-between spaces in corporate and education environments.
Portable and user-deployable, Clipper freestanding screens by Turnstone deliver on-demand privacy + space definition to the modern workplace.
Embold collection of seating and tables from Steelcase Health helps organizations create a welcoming, comfortable waiting or transition environment.
Since 2015, West Elm has committed to bringing its residential sensibility to the modern office space and creating contract-grade furnishings.
By combining our fields of expertise—in devices, physical spaces and the ways in which we work best—Steelcase and Microsoft are uncovering new and innovative ways to integrate the needs of people, places and technology.
Bolia is an award-winning Danish design company with a passion for Nordic design traditions, sustainable materials and craftsmanship.
Extremis, with headquarters and manufacturing in Poperinge, Belgium, specializes in intelligently designed outdoor furniture.
FLOS is a global leader in lighting design founded in Italy in 1962. FLOS produces lights that transcend their function, adding poetry to illumination.
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams is a 28-year-old home furnishing brand with a focus on high-quality, comfortable hospitality and commercial furniture.
Based in Valencia, Spain, Viccarbe offers contemporary furniture designed by prestigious international designers – useful in homes as well as offices.
Blu Dot is a Minneapolis-based designer and maker of modern furnishings, spanning multiple home and office categories.
SnapCab was founded in 1983 and has an expertise in elevator interiors. Their innovative mindset led to the development of the SnapCab Pod.
Steelcase helps organizations create great workplace experiences through spaces, products and services that inspire people to do their best work.
With an insight-led approach, Steelcase Education helps schools and colleges create effective and inspiring active learning environments.
Steelcase Health designs healthcare environments that enhance patient and caregiver experiences and builds stronger connections between them.
With a focus on fine craft and high design, Coalesse products make a bold statement in your space without sacrificing wellness at work.
Turnstone gives entrepreneurs the tools to drive productivity and foster a positive culture that will help elevate their businesses.
From textiles to wall coverings, Designtex produces digitally imaged materials with reduced environmental impact.
AMQ offers flexible furniture solutions for open-space offices which are agile, modern in design, and ship quickly.
Built for Learning. Smith System believes that every student and teacher deserve the best possible space to inspire learning.
Orangebox is a UK-based designer and manufacturer of furniture for the changing workplace with a focus on “Smartworking” solutions.
Turns out, finding the privacy you need at work doesn’t necessarily require closing a door. A new Steelcase study proves that when an open plan office is designed with pockets of visual privacy, it really is possible to focus and get things done. But don’t close your eyes to this additional finding: When it’s time to get creative, being in an open space with open views can help.Finding Focus
The demand for casual, shared environments at work is at an all-time high. At the same time, organizations are more challenged than ever to use every bit of their real estate in meaningful ways. It’s often hard to know for sure what employees really need or want, and so often spaces are sitting empty. New research from Steelcase points the way with guidelines for creating casual work settings that are purposeful, productive and appealing— sure-to-be-used places for getting real work done.Office Remix
Simon Sinek, bestselling author of “Start with Why” and “Leaders Eat Last,” challenges long-held conventional notions about business and leadership in his newest book “The Infinite Game.” Hear why he says we’re all unwitting players, why we should stop focusing on our competition and what so many leaders get wrong.Simon Sinek: Playing an Infinite Game
New Work. New Rules.
The best workplaces need to be designed to support the collective needs of the team while also nurturing the needs of individuals. So, forget what your coach told you. There is an “I” in “team.”
Planning for Performance
Today so much of our work happens away from the primary workstation. The casual atmosphere draws us in, but often these spaces do not support our work.
The Science of Collaboration
Neuroscience tells us our brains and bodies are linked, and our ability to learn and solve problems can be influenced by how we move. But a recent Steelcase global study confirms that, although people typically now spend most their time at work collaborating, they’re doing it in spaces that force them to be passive and sedentary versus actively engaged. Today’s fiercely competitive business environment demands a new, active type of collaboration plus dramatically different environments to support it.