Kettal designs modular outdoor pavilion for flexible workspace

Kettal's Pavilion O lends the Spanish company’s outdoor furniture expertise to the office, with modular and adaptable structures that can redesign open spaces

Kettal's modular outdoor pavilion
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Outdoor furniture company Kettal presents Pavilion O, an evolution of its outdoor structures aimed at reinventing the workspace. A modular structure that brings a flexible approach to open spaces, Kettal's Pavilion O is part of the Spanish company’s ‘Workspace’ offering and is part of a larger focus on office design that includes office furniture as well as structures such as phone booths.

Kettal’s Pavilion O: a modular workspace solution

Kettal's modular outdoor pavilion

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Furniture companies have adapted to a changing market with flexible solutions, says the brand’s statement: for Kettal, the answer for the office space of the future lies in ‘structures that can be easily reconfigured to suit ever-changing requirements’.

The main function of Pavilion O is to ‘provide a flexible way of dividing offices into separate zones, while offering enclosed workspaces’. The system consists of an aluminium structure composed by a variety of materials, including glass, wood and fabric, as well as functional additions such as shelving, TV units, whiteboards and bulletin boards (with additional elements available to suit customers’ more specific needs).

The Pavilion is equipped with Kettal’s own ‘Click & Work’ clipping system, making it easy to take apart and reassemble to create different office set-ups. 

Watch: Kettal Pavilion O in action


Rosa Bertoli was born in Udine, Italy, and now lives in London. Since 2014, she has been the Design Editor of Wallpaper*, where she oversees design content for the print and online editions, as well as special editorial projects. Through her role at Wallpaper*, she has written extensively about all areas of design. Rosa has been speaker and moderator for various design talks and conferences including London Craft Week, Maison & Objet, The Italian Cultural Institute (London), Clippings, Zaha Hadid Design, Kartell and Frieze Art Fair. Rosa has been on judging panels for the Chart Architecture Award, the Dutch Design Awards and the DesignGuild Marks. She has written for numerous English and Italian language publications, and worked as a content and communication consultant for fashion and design brands.