The building blocks of the new working life
We show up, and we log on: physically, mentally and digitally. In many ways, our working lives are the same as they have always been. And yet new technology and new habits have transformed how we work, and where we work from. Most employers are now grappling with the constant challenge of getting us into the office. Simply fulfilling our daily duties and demands Is no longer enough.
We think that’s a good thing. We don’t design for offices – we design for open and valuable meetings between people. We don’t make furniture to impress – we make furniture that motivates. We don’t design for directors or to uphold power structures. We design to break down differences.
Through solid craftsmanship and timeless design, we make furniture that lasts. By giving design classics new life using modern materials, we reduce waste at every stage. Fora Form wants to nurture a new kind of working life, where sustainability means caring for humans as much as about our environment.
Our goal is to create workplaces good enough to match our homes. Our vision is to create furniture and meeting places that enable good meetings between people. Because at Fora Form, we know that people shape culture and that culture shapes people. This is our guiding star on our journey to discover more great indoor experiences – wherever people meet.
The value proposition to our products:
We want to create engaging interactions through good and Nordic design wherever people meet. All our method is based on and developed intending to continue our Nordic values , such as democracy, trust, equality, and diversity, and must always meet the needs of tomorrow. Our products are certified according to environmental, quality, and ethical principles and are also an essential contribution to the Norwegian design heritage and the Nordic design scene.
The value proposition to the working environment:
Through its vision, Fora Form will work for good internal interaction. This involves but is not limited to, breaking down barriers despite departments, gender, social status, or position. We must cultivate the high ceiling and let all voices be heard. In practice, this means a working environment based on Nordic values, where our employees are inspired, seen, and valued and where we continuously acquire natural competence within our professional fields.