Clestra describes the system as "offering several different autonomous and freestanding workspaces which aren't joined to the actual building."  While this is certainly accurate, its beauty and practicality are what makes the system a problem solver.  Have a client that has realized they don't have enough meeting rooms?  Have a client that finds that their teaming areas are bleeding into the open office space?  It would seem that IRYS can address these issues without destroying the aesthetics of the environment... and perhaps adding to it.  For more information on the system, you can contact the local Clestra sales rep, Nicole Benoit.  For a video on the IRYS system and its design philosopy, you can check out their product video.