AWM’s Alpha Series leg systems are fully customisable – bringing creativity and great design into the workplace.
April 4th, 2016
Founded in 1993, AWM has steadily grown to become one of Australia’s leading corporate furniture outfits. AWM specialises in commercial design, manufacture and joinery, offering the most innovative and creative solutions. Amongst AWM’s expansive collection, the Alpha Series leg system brings a sense of creativity and great design into the workspace, through a neat contrast between the soft character of the wood, and the gentle force of the industrial steel.
Alpha is made from a powder coated steel top frame, and white ash timber inserts. Both elements can be tailored to a colour way of your choosing – steel may powder coated in any shade, and timber can be stained allowing for endless options. Alpha legs may also be matched with customised tops, bringing life and energy to the workstation, office or boardroom.
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