meeting places developed
OFFECCT is making its largest investment ever in extending its partnership with well-known designers. The objective is to strengthen the companys philosophy, which is to develop furniture and furnishings in accordance with the cmp (creative meeting places) concept.
As the top concept furniture company in Sweden, OFFECCT has formed an association with noted international designers.
The designers, working in different parts of the world, share contemporary design values. With OFFECCT, they will advance Scandinavian design and develop new products for creative meeting places.
"The world is changing, and we can see a strong tendency in todays global society for people of different nationalities and cultural backgrounds to unite with shared feelings for form, design and materials. We will develop functional new products, for new and existing meeting places, aimed at an international public," says Kurt Tingdal, responsible for marketing at OFFECCT.
On display at the Stockholm Furniture Fair:
Thomas Erikssons new sofa F-SEAT is inspired by graphical symbols and designed for brief meetings. The chair, having no backrest, encourages many different sitting positions. F-SEAT is designed for open-plan offices, public interiors and offices.
|Alfredo Häberlis new SOLITAIRE is an easy chair where one armrest is like a desktop, for writing, reading, eating or just sitting on. The freestanding chair revolves and, with its ingenious and functionally designed armrest, performs more functions than being just a seat.|
|Zenit Design Group is showing the new AQUA LIGHT conference table. A totally new, flexible table concept with circular apertures in the tops that are simple to adapt to requirements such as accommodating cables or holding accessories such as vases, ashtrays or candlesticks.|
|Eero Koivistos challenging new sofa collection ORBIT is inspired by movement. The backrests wave shape winds between the different sections: a sofa, a chair and a quadrant in a constant flow. The furniture can be combined, to grow and form new shapes for different types of meetings.|
Design: Edward Barber, Jay Osgerby. 3D illustration.
On display at the Stallet showroom, Stockholm:
New sofas for OFFECCT, designed by Eero Koivisto
For further information, see www.offecct.se or contact:
Tingdal, responsible for marketing at OFFECCT, tel: +46 (0)504-415 31
or mobile +46 (0)70-581 33 83