Yum. Get a closer look at Todd Bracher’s new Trea chair for Humanscale, inspired by the exoskeleton of a lobster.
See how a non-traditional insurance company used transparent hot pink panels to punctuate their open-plan office.
See how Vitra used Carnegie and Swiss textile manufacturer Création Baumann’s elegant acoustical sheers to absorb distracting noise in their NYC showroom.
The WDM team thinks that these Coalesse conference chairs were among the most comfortable to be debuted this year at NeoCon.
You bet. Check out how BuzziSpace gave the lunch table — an age old symbol for community — new life as a tool for the modern office.
Benching and nesting and standing, oh my! Here’s a gallery of products that made us stop for a closer look last week at the Mart.
Sit, stand, or perch with Zia, Davis’ new, elegant seating solution for collaborative office environments.
Keep your eyes peeled at NeoCon for Davis’ Rox, a contemporary take on the classic rocking chair.
Home office or corporate office, Diemmebi will debut a functional yet modern solution for inclement weather gear at NeoCon this June.
Global’s new office chair, the Arti, features our new patented flexible back support system. Arti offers a productive and comfortable, healthy back chair ready to support you through periods of prolonged sitting. Arti minimizes the possibility of resultant aches and pains with a chair back that freely moves with the user, providing excellent back support.
At Neocon, Global will be showing off its new G20ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â‚¬Å¾ ¢ — a nylon mesh-back, synchro-tilter chair that adjusts to the user–Ã¢â€žÂ¢s body weight automatically.
At Neocon, Teknion will be showing off its new Teknion Textiles, Fractals Seating Group, and Keel Chair.
Global Total Office is about to launch a modular, linear workstation system designed for collaboration. The new benching system is called Bridges II, and it’s poised to show NeoCon attendees how 20- and 30-something employees can work in more collaborative ways.
“Join by Davis not only defies convention, but also ushers in a whole new approach to bent plywood technology. It gives designers the unprecedented opportunity to mix and match shell materials for an aesthetic that is both ultramodern and unexpectedly retro.”
Here are some new products for November’s issue on “It’s All in the Details.”