Office & Accessories

Vela

Vela is a training chair that responds to user needs in modern training environments. It guarantees comfort thanks to the backrest fitted with mesh, which also becomes the handle. 

Designed by:  Vincenzo Vinci of Vinci design studio for Foshan huiyu furniture co. ltd

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POLY Office Chair

POLY is a high-performance task chair that combines technology, comfort, and aesthetics. It was inspired by the engineering principles behind the Golden Gate Bridge. 

Designed by:  Yves Béhar of Fuseproject, LLC for Foshan Sitzone Furniture Co., Ltd Goodtone Branch

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PHILO

The PHILO conference table can be used in the office, meeting room, conference room, or community spaces using various displays and IT devices. 

Designed by: Lee Changhee, Ban Haesung, Lee Youngjin, and Lee Dokyung for Bestuhl, Moon Design

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HONOR

The HONOR series is a collection of slim-lined modern chairs for executives designed for younger, more active, and sophisticated leaders. 

Designed by: Lee Jongmu, Ban Haesung, Lee Youngjin, and Lee Dokyung for Bestuhl, Moon Design

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Compose Echo

Coming back to the office is different and the open plan should be too. Compose Echo is the workspace deconstructed. It is a human-centric collection of products designed for the individual workstation as well as collaborative areas. Compose Echo offers unique elements like a table tether, a tablet markerboard, and onboard storage with accessories. It enables cohesive layers of performance, both vertically and horizontally, with the freedom to move in between. Echo is one of the solutions for the office of now designed for highly collaborative and complex work, which is ideally done from the office both in hybrid and full-time settings.

Designed by: Haworth Design Studio

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AERIE

AERIE is a sofa series that can be used in various ways, from a private space using a single-person module to a public space where several people can gather. It fits any type of space, from a classic space to a free and comfortable casual space, depending on the composition. It can provide a private meeting space closed off from the surroundings and a communication space out in the open—all based on the height of the backrest. A creative layout suitable for each space can be arranged depending on the combination of components.

Designed by: Jaekyung Jeong, Minjeong Jeong, Soohyun Chung, Hyungjoon Park of FURSYS inc. and Anderssen & Voll design studio

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Routes

Routes is a toolbox for a new “workplay” paradigm. It is an assembly of products that departs from traditional contract furniture and introduces a sense of play into the work world. It consists of desks, tables, chairs, soft seating, screens, and accessories. Each component delivers a bold design language driven by a refined utility without compromising comfort by fastidiously applying this economy of means to all the collection’s pieces. The collection is readily adaptable to spaces big and small, to the requirements of an established enterprise, and to the needs of those who work at home, supporting the evolving definition of the workplace.

Designed by: Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd of PearsonLloyd for Teknion

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U50 series

The U50 Series is a chair that fills any space, from an office to a library, with a vibrant and lively atmosphere through its sensible design and various color compositions.

Designed by: Ban Haesung and Lee Youngjin of bestuhl Co., Ltd.

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Double Scissors

Left-handed people live in a right-handed world. More than 90% of the scissors in the world are specifically designed for right-handed users. Trying to adapt to a pair right-handed of scissors is not a reasonable solution for lefties. Double scissors is a pair of double-edged scissors that accommodates both left-handed and right-handed users. You need only switch the direction of the blade. Double scissors challenges the notion that we need separate products. If both left- and right-hand users can use the same pair of scissors, it not only improves the versatility of scissors but better serves left-handed people and creates a more inclusive environment.

Designed by: Ren Peng of Shenzhen explore home Industrial Design Co., Ltd

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