Neocon, one of the largest annual commercial furniture tradeshows in the world, might have been postponed this year due to social distancing measures. But that didn’t stop the release of brand-new products from our favorite furniture manufacturers! Check out some of our top 2020 furniture picks.
Studio TK’s Sly Occasional Tables are light-weight side tables that have already made a splash in 2020, with a feature in Metropolis Magazine’s Neocon roundup and an HiP award winner for workplace tables.
The most eye-catching feature of the table is the surface itself: although the table surface appears to be angled, it is perfectly level. Sly is a crafted, light-scale occasional table series with a simple, unbalanced approach with materials that include linoleum, laminate, veneer and back-painted glass.
Paneling and physical distancing is one of our most popular requests with the COVID workplace. Still by Stylex, which are BIFMA and LEVEL-certified panels, is a flexible system that provides separation in open-plan environments.
The collection supports partially to fully enclosed spaces with optional integrated power for solo and group activities. The result is a product with multiple uses, including reduction of visual distractions and noise as well as the enforcement of greater social distancing and direction of traffic circulation.
Sure to be the statement piece of any lounge, the beautiful Reform chair is composed entirely of recycled plastic and bio composite materials. This 3D printed chair is a creative and sustainable piece appropriate for indoor and outdoor uses.
With its sloping solid wood seat and stainless-steel hairpin legs, the Patkau Bench is a modern solution ideal for galleries or a variety of public spaces. The two solid wood sections are contoured to emphasize natural beauty while also creating a comfortably sloped seat. The bench complements Neinkamper’s new Patkau product line with a similar modern design.
The initial collection of bent metal stools, chairs, tables, and bench features the designs of Geof Lilge, Scot Laughton, and Samuel Petterson. The pieces that form the Division Twelve collection have an urban, modern design that ranges from straight-forward to sculptural. Twenty different powder coat colors are available to customize each piece and create impactful designs and spaces. Each year the palette will be updated to include the latest Pantone® Color of the Year for an of-the-moment spark of inspiration.
A winner of HiP’s Neocon Award for Work/Training tables, the Studio TK Rec worktables create high work postures ideal for today’s social spaces. Inspired by the raw, rectangular worktable from the industrial age, Rec worktables provide compelling high work settings for the more active worker and creative types − those who need to sit or stand and accomplish solo, heads-down work.
The desks and partitions product category has particular relevance with the coronavirus having businesses rethink their workplace strategy. The Fence product line by Ergobond incorporate felt paneling joined by wood plates to resemble – you guessed it – a fence that encloses the workstation. An HiP Award Winner in the Desk Partitions category.
Sometimes, the most effective and practical designs are the simplest. The be! Clear mobile wall by Clarus is an anti-microbial, non-porous glassboard that provides an extra layer of protection for businesses and healthcare facilities screening visitors. The glassboard’s convenient cutout allows for businesses to safely conduct mobile temperature screens, and the glass can be easily wiped clean as needed.
Bla Station expands upon its Bob modular seating system with a younger brother Bobby. The new line features a smaller, more compact footprint that can be used individually or assembled together. Thanks to the super strong magnets that hold each piece together, the system can create any configuration imaginable.
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