1. Adapted from their 2011 award-winning Ebb wood bench, Leland International introduces their new Ebb Mobile for the workstation environment. Designed by Mark Gabbertas, the simple yet striking mobile pedestal mixes form with function with three versions: open vessel, concealed bin and drawer, and bin and file combination.
2. Both comfortable and versatile, Arcadia’s Co-op Booth is designed to create privacy within open public and corporate environments. Customizable for each space and desired aesthetic, the semi-private enclave can be built into new and existing interiors to meet the needs of the users.
3. Proving you can always improve on a great idea, SitOnIt has upholstered their Amplify mesh chair—2014 winner of a Gold Award for Design Excellence (ADEX). Featuring an adjustable Dynamic Lumbar within the sleek, curved backing, scroll arm available in both repositionable and fixed, and a soft, padded seat. Customizable with a variety of frame and upholstery colors and materials.
4. Blending deep, solid walnut veneers with antique brass finishes and a dark leather seat, Blue Leaf Hospitality’s Deco Stool is luxuriously industrial, harkening back to early 19th century design. Customizable upon request.
5. Designed in 1951 by Italian-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi, the Bardi Bowl Chair was revolutionary when it was released. Unlike the angular forms being produced at the time, the rounded seat encouraged a more relaxed posture. Available in a wide variety of colors and patterns, the Bardi Bowl Chair is timeless with its concave structure and tubular metal legs.
6. Taking inspiration from Building 20—a structure on the MIT campus which was erected during WWII and known as a “magical incubator” for scientific advancements at the time—the seven-piece Wheels collection by Kielhauer makes collaborative workspaces customizable and mobile. Each piece is made up of light-weight materials and large casters for simple moving, while the circular tables incorporate an electrical unit that can be plugged into any outlet.