FRONT.design is a two-day trade event that is your golden ticket to research the commercial design market, make new and meaningful connections and source innovative products and solutions… and do it all under one roof. Here are some useful tips and ideas on making your visit count.
August 19th, 2019
What are your objectives for visiting FRONT.design 2019? There is plenty to do, from catching up with exhibitors, to organising meetings in the business lounge or even tuning into the CPD presentations and seminars. Through FRONT’s unique tech, you can make sure you’ve got a fully stacked day by booking meetings with exhibitors and peers. If you haven’t already registered, it’s not too late! Register now for FREE.
FRONT.design enables you to make meaningful connections with every link in the specification chain. In fact, one of the biggest takeaways for you is learning about forward-thinking products and concepts that you may not have considered for your projects before. Widen your network and source from some of the best brands in the industry.
Recognised as Australia’s most distinguished drainage manufacturer and supplier, Stormtech will showcase a wide range of its drainage solutions at FRONT.design. Visitors will have a chance to sample its WaterMark certified products. Stormtech also offers the only linear drainage product in the world with a Global GreenTag certification. Don’t miss the opportunity to specify from a wide range of eco-friendly drainage designs.
The workplace is continually evolving and at the Wilkhahn stand at FRONT.design, you’ll get to experience some of the brands most innovative workplace furniture designs that encourage collaboration and productivity. The AT Ergonomic chair, for instance, is the brand’s free-2-move concept powered by Trimension®, a global benchmark for healthy, three-dimensional seating. Also, see Mobile Timetable Lift and Pommel Horse Seat ‘Sitzbock’. The former is a height-adjustable table ideal for innovation spaces and huddle rooms, whereas the latter invites passersby to take a break and is ideal for casual catchups.
Take a peek into the future of ergonomics and human-focused design with CBS’ range of monitor arms at FRONT.design. The Lima is a versatile monitor arm that is easy to adjust as either a single or dual-screen solution for workplaces. The Flo monitor arm, on the other hand, offers the ease of movement thanks to its Flo Spring technology, ensuring smooth fingertip adjustability and minimal effort. Lastly, don’t miss out on Ollin’s monitor arms that can accommodate a range of devices from tablets, monitors and laptops up to a weight of nine kilograms.
Focused on creating meaningful spaces that inspire work and relaxation, Haworth will showcase a series of high-performing furniture designs at FRONT.design. The Haworth Immerse is a range of workspace tables designed in collaboration with Patricia Urquiola. The tables, which act as a catalyst for collaboration, will be showcased alongside the comfortable and flexible Poppy chairs. Looking to lend a touch of oomph to your commercial projects? Watch out for contemporary furniture designs by Cappellini.
Caroma‘s Aged Care range challenges the status quo in aged care living through a series of innovative products developed in partnership with UNSW. The designs ensure that the user’s independence remains intact without compromising on the product’s aesthetic. The range features accessible-height toilets, lever taps, coloured toilet seats, an Opal Support rail range as well as the Caroma Cleanflush Rimless flushing technology. At FRONT.design, Caroma will be seen partnering for the seminar titled Healthy patients, happy workers: Making healthcare spaces ‘work’ for everyone. Don’t miss out. Get your ticket today.
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