An honest approach to work, well-being, and belonging Learn more Product spotlight The Heya Collection A collection for people to escape, think, and breathe Meet Heya Browse our featured products Staks: Built for collaboration and connection Designers Pam Light and John Duffy imagined places where furniture supported the way people work, rather than dictating it. Through conversations and sketches, they created Staks—a design vocabulary of furniture that fosters a habitat that feels personal and natural. Meet Staks In this collection Benching Workstations Private office Organize Heya: Creating rooms within rooms In Japanese, Heya means “small room.” Designer Roger Webb created Heya to form smaller spaces within an environment. For individuals, Heya creates a place for people to escape, think, and breathe. Meet Heya In this collection Bench/Ottoman Lounge Lockers Workstations Storage Collaborative Division Lounge Accessories Rowen: Graceful and inviting that evokes a sense of beauty For Rowen, designer Brian Graham took inspiration from architecture and landscapes to create a graceful, inviting form that evokes a sense of beauty and peace without sacrificing warmth. People need environments that calm and inspire, and Rowen helps create those spaces. Meet Rowen In this collection Occasional Occasional Storage Bench/Ottoman Lounge Contact a representativeLocate your local rep Case study Current Blend See it now Free shipping on all online orders when you SHOP WITH OFS Shop store essentials Shop seating Shop desks Shop accessories All New Materials Powerful expressions of performance and design sensibilities. Explore New Materials Latest news and insights OFS Awarded Prestigious WELL Certification at the Platinum Level The first in Indiana to receive the leading health and wellness certification. OFS debuts over 50 new materials at NeoCon 2021 Powerful expressions of performance and design sensibilities Behind the scenes of our Customer Service renovation An inspiring and uplifting space for our hardworking employees New York showroom referesh Our OFS home in New York City imagine a place ISSUE 4 After a year like 2020, Issue 4 of Imagine a Place embraces the hard conversations, highlights important voices in the design industry, and continues to explore the important role of education in the future of design. Watch the trailer Things to discover Watch videos Listen to the podcast Read the journal Grab your free subscription Subscribe