The new Museum of Liverpool that has just opened on...
With the exhibition starting a little later on today, we have sifted through the exhibits and are displaying some of the products that we liked.
1. Office Systems/Office Furniture
Company Name: Cherryman Booth #: 2114 Verde: VERDE WoodTouch features a multitude of architectural details to fit any office. It begins with WoodTouch —a textured surface that adds the look, feel and distinction of real bamboo.
Company Name: Decca Contract Furniture Booth #: 11-106 GL : The GL product is inspired by the modern office resident’s need for a “home base,” a multi-functional space that accommodates private tasks and collaborative work, personal workspace and unique storage components.
Company Name: Berco Inc. Booth #: 4102 Mobi: Mobi is Mobility. From I to we, and we to I; Mobi makes any collaborative environment a flexible environment. Mobi can move from individual work to group work in minutes. Whether it is in the classroom, the open office, or a conference room; Mobi is the simple solution that always makes the grade.
Company Name: Groupe Lacasse Booth #: 1042 Reception Furniture Collection by Lacasse: Play with volumes, overlapping panesl of different heights to create the effect of a floating countertop. At last, the accessible customization you want achieve at at mid-market price point. Modern design made simple!
Company Name: Groupe Lacasse Booth #: 1042 CITE: Cite freestanding collaborative furniture system is perfect for team-based organizations searching for high-end aesthetics and functionality at a competitive mid-market price point.
Company Name: Surface Works Booth #: 7-6098 & 7098 Teamworks: The TeamWorks desking system consists of three primary components: Twister, the primary work environment; Wing-It, the versatile mobile personal workstation; and Mingle, the informal collaborative meeting area. All of the components can be easily reconfigured for the adapting and changing office.
Company Name: KI Booth #: 1181 Enlite Table Collection: Featuring mobile casters, light-scale tabletops, wide-ranging shapes and a non-angular transition-end design, KI’s Enlite Table Collection allows educators and students to easily and stylishly accommodate changes in classroom environments. Enlite tables enhance learning environments and facilitate interaction among students and between students and instructors.
Company Name: Stryker Booth #: 8-3080 Michael Graves with Stryker Patient Suite: The Michael Graves with Stryker Patient Suite provides simple, contemporary inprovement to existing product types by providing additional functionality and enhanced aesthetics. These beautifully crafted pieces establish a patient-centered environment that allows patients and caregivers increased control of the patient room. Operation becomes intuitive when communicated through a design language that speaks to all user.
Company Name: SurfaceWorks Booth #: 7-6098 & 7098 Wing- IT: Brief Description (please limit this to two or three short sentences): Wing-It is a personal, mobile, workstation available in either height-adjustable with lever or push-button or fixed height. Wing-It, accommodating either a CPU or laptop version, also features a durable, urethane flex edge.
2. Decorative Accessories Artwork
Company Name: H. Marion Framing & Art Consulting Booth#: 8-2075 Fine Art Prints on Alternate Substrates : Select from thousands of images printed in any size on any of five unique substrates, featuring sustainable bamboo, lightweight aluminum, luminescent acrylic, eco-friendly cotton canvas or archival art paper. These innovative works of art break the traditional barriers of fine art prints. Whether your goal is LEED certification or simply a unique décor option, our fine art prints on five alternate substrates offer earth-friendly solutions to transform your space and offer maximum visual impact.
Company Name: RM Global LLC Booth #: 8-8065 Fine Art Glass: RM Global Fine Art Glass is an exclusive artwork laminated in low-iron glass by artist Reese Schroeder, for dynamic and exciting effects, individually created, signed and numbered. Set into lightboxs, these works cast their jewel like colors onto adjacent surfaces. Front lit, their colors cascade across the wall behind.