In close collaboration with UK designers Pearson and Lloyd, Bene has developed PARCS. On Wednesday 28 July Surry Hills’ Kvadrat Maharam showroom, along with Envoy, hosted an evening to showcase this new range of meeting and working clusters aimed at satisfying the need for more informal, diverse and integrated working areas in the office.
August 19th, 2010
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