Revo, for Profim has not only established a dynamic new design language for workplace seating, it has also taken a major step
towards making the circular economy a viable reality in its sector.
Recognising that the climate crisis urgently demands a radical rethinking of the way in which upholstered contract furniture is made, and keen to address the rapid global working culture, Profim asked Pearson Lloyd to develop a furniture family that responded to both. The result, Revo, is nothing short of a revolution.
A configurable, customisable seating solution.
Making its global debut at Clerkenwell Design Week, the Revo collection includes sofas (both with and without backs), benches, screens, and stools in softly contoured, organic shapes. This simple and striking aesthetic identity was inspired by the concept of ‘squaring the circle’, creating a gentle geometric language that makes the collection distinctive, but also allows it to be assembled in a huge number of different ways. Revo is a modular furniture collection that adapts to any interior space. Revo’s seats and screens are complemented by a range of tables of different sizes and heights, supporting a range of tasks, from focused individual work to formal meetings and brainstorming around the coffee table.
In total, the individual elements in the Revo collection enable 96 distinct modular. This versatility is in tune with the increasingly differentiated nature of the work experience. The office is no longer split between desk and conference room, but has become a nuanced network of flexible spaces, each with distinct furniture needs.