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designers select Office Furniture Designers select favorite new office furnishings Betsy Keefe, iidA tuohy: spyda table collection Reader Service No. 270 Halcon: Motus Reader Service No. 271 Hightower: Four cast Four chair Reader Service No. 272 Senior Associate CBT Architects Boston “It offers just about every shape, size, and leg option you could want. I especially like the ellipse table for a private office or small meeting space.” “It’s a fantastic solution for conference centers, training rooms, or multipurpose rooms where flexibility is desired and temporary looking furniture is not. And with the variety of finishes offered, this grouping can work in just about any environment.” “A new alternative to the classic stackers, the chair’s angular back design offers comfort and support while at the same time is visually interesting. This is a great solution for dining, assembly, or multipurpose spaces.” Bill Puetz teknion: dossier Reader Service No. 273 nucraft: cavara Reader Service No. 274 Knoll: reff Profiles Reader Service No. 275 Principal Huntsman Architectural Group San Francisco “Dossier shows restraint and minimal detail that speak to the purist in me. Beautiful selections of glass, metal, and wood meet without fancy joinery, but with simple dignity.” “I love the way that, freed of right- or left-hand orientation, these casegood components can be moved easily into endless configurations. It is a well-designed kit of parts that adapts to the multiple lives of an office.” “Tried and true, Reff Profiles is a standard I have used many times in my career. The product enhancements recently made by Brian Graham include architecturalgrade veneers and many table leg profiles that give it a fresh look with the classic lines one expects of a Knoll product.” chris liu davis: sola Reader Service No. 276 cappellini: capo Reader Service No. 277 HBF: nest Reader Service No. 278 Vice President, Interior Design Director HOK Chicago “As space standards reduce, using the right scale of furniture is important. The Sola chair provides clean lines and details for maximum comfort with a minimal look.” “The slim profile of the Capo chair keeps the scale looking light, but with generous elbow room for comfort.” “This chair feels like a modern take on the cane chair. It's substantial with a light, open feel.” 154 may 2012

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Contract - May 2012
Industry News
Coming Events
Exhibition: Coverings
Exhibition: Highlights from Salone Internazionale del Mobile
Product Focus: Enlivening the Flexible Office
Product Focus: A Collection to Define 21st Century Herman Miller
NeoCon® Preview
Hospitality’s Influence in Workplace Design
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Campus
Steelcase Office and Work Café
Shlemmer Algaze Associates
Red Bull Amsterdam
Grey Group Roof Deck
Knoll, East Greenville Headquarters
The Metrics of Distributed Work
Tools: Pinterested, by Design
Exhibition: Hallingdal 65
Designers Select: Office Furniture
Ad Index
Exhibition: Lasvit Liquidkristal by Ross Lovegrove

Contract - May 2012