Flock Collaborative Solutions

Where People Migrate

Everyone feels the need to get up and move during the day, and Flock supports that need for spontaneity and interaction by enabling greater productivity throughout an entire environment. Flock’s collection of tables, seating, ottomans and lighting are modular elements that help people connect virtually anywhere. Even the smallest settings can be designed to give users a place to get away from their workstation and get the job done stylishly and comfortably. Flock’s focused family of products is designed to work together to turn any space into a social, collaborative area.

Flock brings people and ideas together

Wherever people migrate within a space, Flock is designed to support collaboration. Flock Collaborative Solutions work together seamlessly, enabling you to make the most of every square inch of your space. Flock creates an environment of how people want to work and where they want to work.

Designer of Flock

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  • Brian Kane has spent over 40 years designing furnishings that have radically changed the industry and reshaped environments. His work has garnered more than 80 design awards, and his pieces are on exhibit at museums such as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

Dual Fabric Options

  • Unlimited Combinations

    Flock Collaborative Solutions makes the most of open spaces with a collection of comfortable lounge and guest seating designed to accommodate any type of user or space. With the addition of dual fabric, it’s easier than ever to customize Flock seating with a wide variety of colors and patterns. Choose from a selection of attractive seat upholstery options and complementary fabrics for the back and sides. Dual fabric Flock seating provides the freedom to liven up any space.

  • Flock Dual Fabric

Welcoming Areas

  • The solution you've been waiting for.

    Welcoming areas are now versatile and dynamic spaces used for impromptu meetings, supporting collaboration between coworkers, or as a place to hold a small group meeting instead of reserving a private space.

Collaborative Hubs

  • Plan for spontaneity

    Interactions happen naturally throughout the day, and they are not limited to conference rooms. Workers need a change of pace from their dedicated workstation to communicate. Collaborative hubs are located near workstations to support a quick shift from individual to group work.

Community Areas

  • Build your own social network.

    Think lounge areas, atriums, and coffee bars. These are typically larger areas within a space where people naturally migrate throughout the day to socialize and collaborate.


  • Big thinking for small spaces.

    Every space has unique characteristics. Well-planned layouts utilize them all. When designed correctly, these are great change-of-pace spaces that invite interaction and provide a well deserved break from heads down concentration.