Interesting products at NeoCon 2010 part 2 Print
Wednesday, 16 June 2010 00:00

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Untitled Document As explained on Monday, we have sifted through the exhibits and are displaying some of the products that we liked.

 

3. Furniture

 

Company Name: Arktura
Booth #: 7-4114
Coral Bench: The cellular, organic patterns of the Coral extend the full length of the form, providing a visually
compelling experience. Inspired by nature, these algorithmically generated patterns are laser cut
into radius bent steel that is then powder coated in an assortment of colors. The Coral is a
versatile piece that works equally well in an indoor or outdoor environment.

 

 

 



Company Name: Arktura
Booth #: 7-4114
Flow Bench: The flow bench is made of an eco-composite that realizes a functional bench through a dynamic
fluid form.

 

 

 

 

 

Company Name: Arktura
Booth #: 7-4114
Hive Coffee Table: The attraction of the Hive series is its intricate algorithmically generated cellular pattern. Dynamic
and transformative, the bench is shaped from bent steel and finished with a zero VOC powder
coat in several distinct colors.

 

 

 

 

 

Company Name: Arktura
Booth #: 7-4114
Nebula Coffee Table: The algorithmically generated pattern of the Nebula explores the formation and organization of
the cosmos. Dynamic and delicate, the Nebula Table comes in multiple sizes and can be used
with or without its glass top.

 

Company Name: TMC Furniture Inc.
Booth #: 8-6102
ImPrinted Kestrel Chair: TMC Furniture’s ImPrinted™process applies imagery to the curved wood surfaces of chairs. Pictured is the Kestrel Chair with Tapestry Color Study.

 

 

 

 

 

Company Name: Davis Furniture Industries, Inc
Booth #: 3-115
SITE Collection: SITE collection consists of a complimentary family of low, large-scale tables, modular benches and a highly configurable storage system. The collection was designed to enable rich collaborative interactions in settings ranging from conference rooms to large public spaces.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Company Name: IoA Healthcare Furniture
Booth #: 8-4062
LOTA sleeper: The LOTA sleeper, with it’s clean and elegant aesthetics, features a sleeping area independent from the sitting surface. The “mechanism-less” design is intuitive and provides a safe and effortless conversion.

 

 

 

 

Company Name: Sparkology
Booth #: 8-8111
Flip: A table, stool and cubby all in one, the versatile flip meets a full spectrum of needs with one space- saving piece.


 

 

 

Company Name: TMC Furniture Inc.
Booth #: 8-6102
ImPrinted Kestrel Chair: TMC Furniture’s ImPrinted™process applies imagery to the curved wood surfaces of chairs. Pictured is the Flick Chair with Tapestry Color Study.

 

 

Company Name; VanerumStelter
Booth #: 7-6068
Design by Bram Boo: This design by Bram Boo was created by blending the elements of socialization, rest, and work into one function. It fosters a collaborative environment by positioning four seats in a central fashion.
The idea came by thinking on a piece of furniture that provides the opportunity to socialise, rest or work.



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