For forty years now, Bulo is one of the major design orientated office furniture companies in the world. The change in recent years in the way companies organise their work environments has had a direct impact on how furniture is designed. Bulo responded to these ever-evolving office requirements by instituting a dynamic policy of innovation that stipulates working with external designers to come up with surprising and effective solutions. Think mobility, desk sharing, home office. Bulo consistently anticipates such trends before the consumer is aware of his needs. This does not stop Bulo however from putting forth furniture that is personal, aesthetically pleasing and intelligent. The end result is a broad Bulo collection that is extremely diverse. The collaboration between the company’s internal design team and the various outside designers guarantees a multitude of different approaches that transcend the merely functional aspect of office furniture. Add an exceptional service and what remains is a company that is head and shoulders above the rest. — Hilde Bouchez, Belgian journalist.
Why the office is what it is
Cell offices and cubicles are considered negative examples of office design. The era of what we would today regard as the human office started with the “Citizen Office”. Concepts such as the “Net'n'Nest” symbolize the attempt to combine networking and concentrated work. So will we in future work in a kind of adventure playground for adults?› To the article