Michael Jantzen Lets You Customize Your Workspace

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Sep 15, 2013 • References: michaeljantzen
Designer Michael Jantzen creates an interchangeable and customizable workspace cubicle called the ‘Chameleon Workplace.' The space is made of three interlocking and curved supports made from eco-friendly wood. Inside there are storage shelves, work surfaces and a cabinet.

The two metal cylinders at either end of the workspace enclose eco-friendly fabrics of different colors. The fabrics are connected in strips like motorized rolls of film, so when the occupant wants to change the color of their workspace, they simply press the ‘change’ button. The fabric is then pulled by motors through the support frames and instantly changes the color and texture of the workspace. This customizable workspace can change colors from yellow, white, green, and color combinations in between. Every piece of the workspace is modular so the user can customize the size and shape of their workspace however they please.