August Nook


Let’s turn the normal hot desk on its head

How do you provide a welcoming space for your hybrid workers? You need the compact 3-in-1 August Nook, with its built-in laptop size table, comfortable seat, and sound-absorbing screens.

Inviting you into a secluded spot that encourages focus and deep work, the Nook is somewhere you can slip into for an hour, or hang out in all day. Everything you need, all in one streamlined space.

Dimensions
Width: 120 cm / Depth: 80 cm / Height: 130 cm

Frame
Metal, solid wood and plywood

Seat & backrest
Durable and fireproof HR-foam; fixed seat and back cushions

Legs
Powder-coated metal legs; anti-slip soles

The cover fabric is not removable

Accessories
Table: Valchromat mdf, Polaris HPL
Plug-in option: POWERDOT Mini 51 mm; Electric outlet: 220W + 2xUSB EU

Warranty
5 years

Furniture Cover Collection

Intuit’s cover selection has been chosen based on our long-standing experience and understanding of what our clients like. Our recommended cover materials meet the elevated safety and durability requirements of open space furniture. Upon request, you can order also from a wider selection of cover materials.

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Designed for the Social and Concentration Zones:

  • Encourage focus and seclusion
  • Host private meetings
  • Divide your space organically
  • Cut down on background noise

 

Find your perfect mix with August.



Designed by

Pent Talvet / Iseasi

Iseasi is a design firm boasting a wealth of experience. Its core strength has always been industrial design, but thanks to the needs of its clients (and the trust they place in the company) it now works on a much broader scale.

Iseasi’s message, and the aim of its designers, is first and foremost to find ways of offering greater value to end-users. This pertains to the functionality, usability and attractiveness of every product, and much more besides. As such, one of the most important tasks of the designer is to protect the interests of the user, so to speak: to plan a product in such a way that it’s easy to understand and use and both honest and hard-wearing.