The disintegration of the traditional sofa is becoming increasingly evident, above all with regard to public space. Today, needs are defined in keywords such as continuity and modularity. Sofas gain new uses and become true working tools, and this requires a more complex development focused on generating different spatial configurations. In order to stimulate well-being, products should no longer be seen only as utilitarian objects, but should also be recognized as objects capable of enhancing and provoking human relations and, as a consequence, creativity. In addition to natural materials such as wood, the presence of plants in the workspace can reduce work stress and increase the productivity of each employee by 15%.