A sports-themed workplace design by THOSE Architects for Ansarada in Chicago uses plenty of interesting products. This is the FF&E.
May 29th, 2017
RTM Engineering Consultants
Haute Living – Reception lounge, breakout furniture, stools, poufs, beanbags and meeting chairs
DWR – Reception Knoll Coffee Table
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Siebert Millwork – Boardroom table and workstations
Luminaire – Library stools
Interstuhl – Task chairs
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