Hi there! We are Ocee Design. Nice to meet you.
What we do? In short. We do multipurpose, problem-solving, and comfortable furniture – for many types of business. Your success is our success. That’s why we see furniture as a strategic resource for spaces that aim to increase wellbeing, productivity and a thriving culture. That’s it. You are welcome.
Designing inclusive spaces
When we talk about inclusive design, we are looking at ways to make offices, education spaces and community spaces easily accessible and usable for everyone.
Enabling people to interact with these environments is part of our mission. We believe that with the right selection of furniture products, we will help activate spaces to cater for everyone’s unique needs.
Within this product guide, you will see our range of products that support inclusive design. Each product considers how people work and the challenges they have to overcome. Through flexibility, accessibility, colour and comfort, we have compiled a selection of our inclusive products.
Function, Design & Aha
Function. Design. Aha. Inextricably intertwined, you hear us talk about it a lot. FDA is our way of spelling out exactly what we think design should be all about. We talk about FDA perpetually because we are adamant about it. It is the backbone of our approach to the way we do things and serves as a succinct summary of our vision, product strategy, and goals. It’s our design philosophy. That something special. The added value but it is so much more than that. It is a way of life.
Learn more about our Story & Philosophy
Titan Tech Town
At Tech Town, in Odense Denmark, it was of the essence to create a “Feel-like home” atmosphere along with convenience and community.
Therefore, the interior is designed with furniture which softens the atmosphere and creates a calm and safe feel. Moreover, they invite the user to interact and use them creatively.
How do you make an old Copenhagen luxury flat into a fresh, vibrant and techy workspace? Interior Architect Søren Kjøller from SQR Studio has the answer…
The colour confidence is evident entering the young tech company Signifly. Bright yellows, pale pink, indigo blue, and splashes of aluminium emphasise and frame.
In the cafeteria at SDE in Odense, the interior focuses on organic shapes, calm colours and inspirational elements of traditional craftsmanship.
The main emphasis in the decor of the new canteen was placed on the small spaces in the big room. Creating room to seat many people together, but also room to immerse in work, and calm spots to relax was important.
Under the creative leadership of renowned architect Glenn Sestig, the Belgian vinyl flooring manufacturer IVC Group underpins their brand ethos with its new Flooring Development Centre in the town of Waregem.
n a poetical architectural narrative, Glenn Sestig successfully meshes outside distinctive features with contemporary functional interiors, storytelling the IVC corporate identity with brilliant twists and turns.