As the world opens back up for business, furniture powerhouse Zenith looks to transform commercial environments through three new brand partnerships.
May 25th, 2022
Zenith is renowned for its extensive and inspiring portfolio of products, empowering designers to create spaces which are both meaningful and engaging for the individual.
Twenty-twenty-two brings with it a renewed focus on corporate and commercial environments, highlighting the co-existent role of functionality and aesthetics in developing environments that allow us to focus, learn, and collaborate.
Enter Zenith’s newest brand partners: NORR11, Impact Acoustic and Scott Fitzsimons.
In this edition of The Indesign Edit we explore the exciting opportunities that these new brand partnerships offer for both the designer and the transformative commercial environments that are emerging from the work boards of 2022.
NORR11’s designs represent a cultural fusion, where form and material from across the globe combine. The brand’s commitment to sustainability and durable creations matches perfectly with Zenith’s philosophy, aiming to create spaces that are functional, timeless, and can withstand high-traffic use.
A collaboration with Impact Acoustic shines a light on contemporary acoustics for commercial spaces. In environments where functionality can be made or broken by sound levels, Impact Acoustic’s high-performance and bespoke solutions are an unmissable finishing touch.
ALTER by Scott Fitzsimons for Zenith reimagines the furniture we use in commercial spaces. Favouring minimal elegance, the pieces in this collection promote a peaceful and successful “destination workplace,” making an environment that is ready for any occasion.
Product-led and editorially curated, the Indesign Edit offers a unique perspective on the exceptional designers and brands across the Indo-Pacific region and beyond. Explore Zenith’s major new brand partnerships in the latest edition of The Edit.
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