Great spaces inspire great work.
They can sharpen our focus and shift our perspective, provide moments of clarity or provoke new ideas. The right space can enrich our entire experience. And when we harness its power, we can channel it into everything we do.
For too long, our workspaces were unfulfilling. Offices were optimized for efficiency - often at the expense of our own well being and potential, leaving us with spaces that were functional yet uninspiring, practical yet impersonal.
And so people left. For homes, cafes, and the outdoors, in search of destinations that felt more inviting; spaces that empowered social connection, creative collaboration, personal focus & rejuvenation - to enrich our lives as much as our work.
At Coalesse, we are welcoming people back to the office by making thoughtfully crafted furnishings to create great spaces and inspire great work. Led by insight and driven by design, we cultivate a balance between intent and intuition, beauty and utility, comfort and vitality - to create destinations that bring new life to work.
Scott Wilson is the founder of MINIMAL, a multidisciplinary design studio. He is an accomplished designer experienced in developing iconic, industry-leading products. His alternating experience within three consulting firms and four global corporations has provided him with the skills necessary to navigate through companies and industries consistently delivering compelling consumer concepts to market.
Scott Wilson's work has been recognized with over 60 International Design Awards, including the prestigious Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for Product Design (2012). His work has been exhibited internationally in venues such as MoMA, MCA, Cooper-Hewitt's National Design Triennial and Chicago Art Institute. Wilson has also been featured in countless publications including ID Magazine's Top 40, TIME Magazine's Style+Design100, WIRED Magazine and Fast Company's Masters of Design, where he was named one of their 50 Most Influential Designers in America.View other products by Scott Wilson