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Ultratech | Wired Introduces a New Collection

Introducing Wired, the newest collection in the Ultratech family featuring a pattern inspired by technology. Wired highlights a unique hand and matte finish that makes a dramatic statement. Ultratech | Wired expresses how touch and color are interwoven. Its unique appeal encourages tactile interaction that must be felt. Subtle layering of color provides depth of…

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INSIDE A DREAMY, MODERN FOOD COURT

Posted on July 10, 2017 in Bentwoods, Commercial restaurant furniture, Cafeteria Furniture by Andrea Reynolds Featuring a bright white industrial space, the Charleston food court, Workshop, could feel sterile or even hokey—but it doesn’t. On the contrary, it’s delightful. Exposed ductwork, bright windows, and light wood tables provide a modern feel. Flints of copper speckle the space, adding Southern charm and…

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BROOKE – BEHIND THE DESIGN: MEET TIM STOEPKER

                                  Meet the designer behind the Brooke Collection, Tim Stoepker. With just a few days before its official debut, the Brooke Collection symobolizes our desire to work with local designers to bring unique, well-designed products to market. From Turnstone…

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Grand Rapids Chair Neocon 2017!!!

Vibrant. Bold. Eclectic. Our new collections capture the spirit of creativity.  Join Grand Rapids Chair as we celebrate design and collaboration at NeoCon 2017.   WHAT: Join Grand Rapids Chair at NeoCon 2017 WHERE: Suite 394, The Mart, Chicago WHEN: June 12 | 13 | 14 | 2017

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The Home Office Is Dying

Thanks to Wi-Fi and laptops, work is bleeding out across your entire home. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-12-07/the-home-office-is-dying?cmpid=socialflow-twitter-business by Patrick Clark December 7, 2016, 6:00 AM CST From Subscribe Reprints

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Environmental thinking, years ahead of its time

“A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.” — Greek Proverb On Sunday, January 28, 1968, the Indianapolis Star published an article detailing a vision for the future of southern Indiana’s environment and inhabitants. The article used language around conservation and environmentalism that was uncommon…

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