Private Office and Workstations

Geiger Rhythm Casegoods

A private office featuring Geiger Rhythm Casegoods with a rectangular desk, height-adjustable work surface, and black leather Taper executive chair.

Casegoods and accessories designed to make the office feel personal

Geiger Rhythm allows the people who use an office—both residents and their guests—to configure it to meet their needs. Comprised of just a few components, the modular system of wood casegoods is easy to specify across the floor plate, from private offices to administrative areas.

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Atlanta, GA


A private office featuring Geiger Rhythm Casegoods with a height-adjustable desk, a gray leather Saiba office chair, and two Crosshatch Side Chairs.

A Feeling of Welcome

Making guests feel welcome in the office sets the stage for productive collaboration. Geiger Rhythm supports hosting rituals to make everyone feel more at home at work.

Close-up of built-in power and USB ports in Geiger Rhythm Casegoods, also showing a storage tray containing a smartphone being charged.

Forward-Thinking Charging

Convenient access to power to charge their devices is another way Geiger Rhythm makes guests feel welcome. Swivel closures and discreet cord management maintain an overall clean aesthetic.

Close-up of hand-selected veneers on Geiger Rhythm Casegoods, showing vertical and horizontal grain patterns.

Thoughtful Attention to Detail

Hand-selected veneers are thoughtfully applied on all exposed faces to create a visual rhythm of vertical and horizontal wood grain.

A private office featuring Geiger Rhythm Casegoods with a height-adjustable L-shaped work surface, a Taper executive chair, and two Crosshatch Side Chairs.

Streamlining Everything but Choice

With its efficient kit of parts—made up of far fewer components than a typical casegoods system—Geiger Rhythm makes it easy to create varied office layouts while covering a broad visual and functional range.

Black-and-white image of a private office featuring Geiger Rhythm Casegoods and a sitting area with four Crosshatch Chairs.

Design Story

The complex rituals that take place in today’s private office provided the starting point for the design of Geiger Rhythm. “There is a need in the office for different places with different functions, different meanings, different gestures,” says Gernot Bohmann, one third of the design firm EOOS.

A logo for the Best of NeoCon 2016 Gold award.


Best of NeoCon Gold Award for Casegoods

A logo for the Best of Year 2016 award from Interior Design magazine.


Interior Design Best of Year Award for Furniture: Contract/Casegoods

A logo for the 2016 Winner award from Architectural Record magazine.


Architectural Record Product of the Year