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Intuitive to understand, specify and use, Qove Lounge creates a plethora of planning options with 4 basic models. Standard features like integrated power, tablet arm, and a privacy screen make specification simple.
A range of expression is established through a palette of architecturally inspired materials. The enduring quality of wood sets the tone, complemented by textures of leather, glass, stone and aluminum.
Lighting solutions have struggled to adapt to open office environments, but Tambient illuminates new possibilities.
Chairs are personal. We allow them into our spaces and rely on them daily for support. Often, chairs can even be a reflection of our personalities. Harpin embraces the things that we all share as people while celebrating what makes us each unique.

In Japanese, Heya means “small room.” Designer Roger Webb created Heya to form smaller spaces within an environment. For individuals, Heya creates a place for people to escape, think, and breathe. For groups, Heya creates a place for people to closely collaborate and connect.

People gather. It’s fundamental to how we experience life. A great table can serve as the common ground we need to connect with one another and find a sense of belonging.

We designed Lona in response to the contrast we experience every day between the routine and the new. Like the mindset required to navigate new information and challenges, even in the tasks we know, Lona balances familiarity and newness.
Elegant design doesn’t need to mean a lack of welcome. In Rowen, designer Brian Graham took inspiration from architecture and landscapes to create a graceful, inviting form that evokes a sense of beauty and peace without sacrificing warmth.
We designed Wyre with minimalist sensibility to capture an intriguing form without losing utility for people. Details like subtly lipped surfaces draw our eyes and soften what could be hard shapes with a feeling of craft.

Located in West Midtown Atlanta's burgeoning furniture district, the newly renovated 10,000 sq. ft. OFS Brands showroom was transformed into a neutral canvas designed to showcase ideas and concepts in furniture and space planning. The addition of new windows, a glass garage door and refurbishment of the existing skylights, as well as the neutral palette, provide a warm environment resplendent in natural light. Inspired by the OFS Brands interlocking hexagon logo, the dynamic floating ceiling elements and the three-dimensional faceted walls connect the architecture of the space to both the products and the brand.

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Photography: David Christensen