Studio Tag and the Modern Office

As companies start to more actively seek ways to introduce spaces for privacy and collaboration with open plan offices, Studio-Tag is uniquely positioned to be an ideal partner in this effort. The Studio aggressively focuses on intelligent and result driven solutions to create ergonomically sound environments that are both functional and interactive. The showroom demonstrates that it is possible to keep the open feel while providing auditory solutions and privacy wherever needed in a fluid and organic way. Offering choice and flexibility emphasizes the importance of humanizing the work environment, and better addresses the dynamic needs of modern businesses. In addition to the wall systems and furnishings, we are able to propose a number of unique solutions to acoustic challenges including acoustic furniture and wall tiles, paneling, and glass wall systems.

The Collection Specifics...

Every product offered is on display, including acoustic paneling, lighting, blinds, rugs, architectural glass, customized steel solutions and a wide range of auxiliary European furniture from manufacturers that include Hay, Johanson, Slalom, Polarmoss, Pedrali, Framery, Opiary, Donar, Creative Touch Rugs, Tagwall, Greenwall and Verde.

Art Solutions

One of Studio-Tag's most unique capabilities is an approach developed exclusively for the Studio by their in-house art director, Anna Abbruzzo, which offers clients the opportunity to work with an artist (artists) in order to translate works of art into customizable, functional installations that are both contextual and respond to the allocated art budget. The idea is to apply artwork (of the client's choice) to architectural elements such as walls and glass partitions. Abbruzzo currently works with various known contemporary artists such as painter Irene Neal (whose work is exhibited currently at the Studio), and photographer David Wittig whose images have been seamlessly integrated into the Tagwall architectural glass wall environments in the showroom. Integrating art into commercial interiors in a way that responds to both the client's and the space's contextual needs as well as the design professional's vision is just another way in which Studio-Tag aims to serve as a one-stop-shop for its clients.