NeoCon 2013

Meaningful Spaces for You.

Our world is constantly changing. Our work lives are ever evolving, too, in the ways we work, who we work with, when we work, where we work. Workspaces need to be as diverse and dynamic as these new realities.

The 2013 NeoCon Showroom was designed to reflect how various workstyles, collaboration modes, and trends influence the space we work in.


Explore our showroom with our friends from Interior Design. Franco Bianchi, Giulio Cappellini, Jeff Reuschel and Kurt Vander Schuur guide us through the Haworth showroom to demonstrate how the workplace continues to change. 

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Our world is constantly changing and our workspaces need to be diverse and dynamic. We continue to research and learn so that we can better help organizations navigate the dynamic world of work and create meaningful spaces for you.

Designed by Studio Urquiola, this preview product creates new spaces and responds to evolving work habits within the office environment.

Designed by Nicolai Czumaj-Bront, Harbor Work Lounge features dual work surfaces and a relaxed work posture while reducing stress and stimulating creativity.

Bluescape, an infinite collaborative workspace, is designed to accelerate decision making by enabling anyone to create, communicate, visualize, organize, and strategize virtually anything, anywhere, anytime.

The architectural pieces create a private feel to the room without it being fully closed off.

Designed by Mike & Maaike, Windowseat uses architectural elements to create personal space within a public setting.

The workware™ Mobile Easel can be moved around in work and social settings to provide quick technology enhanced collaboration.

Storage needs are changing so Haworth has added several enhancements to existing storage options.

This year 21 Cappellini products are being added to the Haworth Collection offering.

The shape and differing heights of the table provide a clear view to the workware monitor mounted on the Enclose wall.

This technology and adjustable-height work table allow an executive to work with others in different ways.

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Hundreds of top designers from around the world gathered at Studio Paris in downtown Chicago for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres as we kicked off NeoCon 2013.

DJ Jimmy Styx kept the party going with great music all night.

Local designers enjoy good company.

Mike and Maaike, designers of Windowseat, pose for a green-screen photo with Haworth’s exciting new lounge product.

Olivia Palenstein, Haworth, with a group of Toronto designers.

The venue features a retractable roof and curtain-like windows that can be opened to enjoy a beautiful summer night.

Haworth members pose with Windowseat.

Patricia Urquiola and Alberto Zontone spend some time catching up with Chairman, Matthew Haworth.

Liz Moskus and Colleen Neikirk with their guests from New York.

Verushka Doshi, Haworth, with a group from the Bay Area.

Designers from Minnesota gather in one of the corner booths to discuss upcoming plans for NeoCon.

Natalie Engles, Gensler; Kina Ingersoll, Haworth; John Assunto, BNBuilders; Verushka Doshi, Haworth; Rob Wood, Nichols/Wood Architects; Batya Aloush, Gensler; John Scouffas, Gensler

The energy of the evening was high until the very end.

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Principal and global designers gather at the Peninsula Hotel in Chicago, IL for the traditional Meet the Designer dinner, an exclusive and elegant event, on Monday night of NeoCon week.

Terri Bowman, Haworth, with guests from Seattle, Sarah Muchow and Louisa Chang, NBBJ.

Haworth’s Northeast A&D Director, Cindy Donn, mingles with designers Nate Haynes, Harley Ellis Deveraux, Diana Horvat, Perkins + Will, and Richard Mark, Klingstubbins.

Walter Cousineau, Haworth enjoys the cocktail hour with Cheryl Durst, IIDA and Stanley Felderman & Nancy Keatinge from FKA.

Maggie Myers and Julia Rosenlow, both from Haworth, pose with Jihyea Bea of SLCE Architects.

Haworth’s Global Design Director Jeff Reuschel and Chairman Matthew Haworth catch up with Eva Maddox and Keith Curtis of Perkins + Will.

Sven Shockey, Karen Bray, Ann Pierson, Rob Moylan

An unexpected performance by Brazilian musicians and dancers was a pleasant surprise for all.

Carnival dancers impressed with their traditional moves, energy, and elaborate headdresses.

The entertainment surprised the guests between dinner and dessert courses.

Click around the showroom map to learn about the installations placed throughout the showroom.

 

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Product Application Guides


Harbor Work Lounge Pavilion - Haworth 

  Harbor Work Lounge Pavilion  
Team Room - Haworth

  Team Room 
Development Team Room - Haworth

  Development Team  
Integrated Palette - Haworth

  Integrated Palette 
Specialist Work Area - Haworth

   Specialist Work Area