18.09.2019

Media Information

10 years of PARCS!

PARCS, Bene´s revolutional furniture collection, is turning ten years old - and seems as fresh and unconventional as at its first day. We have a special relationship to PARCS. Not only because this program is occupying us currently in our media work. In 2012 Heike Bering had been visiting the two designers Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd in London commissioned by the magazine "md Interior Design Architecture" and wrote an interview: "The choreographers of design". Still an interesting story that is a lot about Bene.

The designers Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd to the process of designing of PARCS: "Initially we ignore also every technical consideration at our research. Our focus is about the question how we can respond to human behaviour. And how we can reach to support social change."
The designers Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd to the process of designing of PARCS: "Initially we ignore also every technical consideration at our research. Our focus is about the question how we can respond to human behaviour. And how we can reach to support social change."Photo: Bene GmbH / Klaus Vyhnalek
"What we prefer is another floor plan. In addition it is of elementary importance that you can not only use ´PARCS´ to set up waiting areas or a lounge but above all to design ´real workplaces´!" (PearsonLloyd)
"What we prefer is another floor plan. In addition it is of elementary importance that you can not only use ´PARCS´ to set up waiting areas or a lounge but above all to design ´real workplaces´!" (PearsonLloyd)Photo: Bene GmbH
PARCS - a from ´parc´ derived artificial name - was occured as a resut of a two years research project with the topic "New Ways of Working" and was developed in collaboration with the internationally renowned designers Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd. It stands for multifunctional and room building working areas and for communication at the office. Read more in the media information about Bene.
PARCS - a from ´parc´ derived artificial name - was occured as a resut of a two years research project with the topic "New Ways of Working" and was developed in collaboration with the internationally renowned designers Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd. It stands for multifunctional and room building working areas and for communication at the office. Read more in the media information about Bene.Photo: Bene GmbH