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transforming workspaces into productive places

Core to Polygon’s business at Les Vardes House is their serviced offices and hireable desk space. In order to maximise the space in their mezzanine level we identified and supplied Polygon with the latest Allsfar Diffuse Desks. Diffuse Desks are a great solution for open-plan, agile and co-working spaces. The curved shape of the screen increases the acoustic comfort, reduces distraction and creates a little haven of privacy and calm within busy workplaces. They are made from 60% recycled PET and come with an integrated desk.

"We have worked with IOP on a number of occasions now and they are always a pleasure to deal with. From the very basic concepts we provide them they manage to visualise & source exactly what we want, at great price and with fantastic service. The latest project transformed a difficult dual level space into useable work units that are visually stunning and acoustically viable, as well as saving tens of thousands of pounds that would have been required if we’d gone down a traditional build route."

Andy Ogier, Chief Investment Officer, The Polygon Collective.


We worked closely with the Polygon Collective to find a suitable product that could be used to break up their staff space at Les Vardes House.


Polygon Collective



Eventually, deciding on the Harp product by Connection. Creating a natural divide between their desk space and their more open meeting spaces, Harp is a modular system that has acoustic qualities and is fully modular and includes a range of accessories including shelves, planters, panels and media units. Polygon went for a Tobacco Gladstone Oak finish for their planters, with a black frame and black bungee cords.


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