Australasian company Formway designs and manufactures innovative solutions for office environments.
November 21st, 2008
Since the companyís inception in 1982, Formway has consistently pushed the boundaries in the design of commercial products and by continually winning design awards worldwide. The company’s FREE workstation system, which was released in 2000, continues to offer intelligent and unique solutions for the workspace. In 2002, the LIFE chair became Formway’s first global product, winning multiple design awards from across the world. Formway’s products are sold and serviced across Australasia, throughout Asia and in North America.
System, task and loose furniture.
FREE and GRID System 2 workstations, TRAFFIC modular storage, LIFE, ARQ and KEY seating systems, MET Classic and MET Adapt work tables, PLI and PLUS soft seating and coffee tables.
Commercial, hospitality and residential.
Formway’s philosophy is that achieving a healthy workplace applies to both human health and environmental health. Accordingly, the company offers a number of environmental features across its product ranges and has experience in supplying furniture for ESD fit-outs.
Ernst & Young, NSW, Vic and WA; Australian Unity, Vic; AAPT, Vic; City of Melbourne Council House 2, Vic; KPMG, NSW, Vic, SA and WA; Telstra, Australia wide and ANZ, Vic.
Formway has a research and design studio with a multidisciplinary team of over 25 people which provides specific product design solutions as well as a cad rendering service to visualise ideas.
Four weeks plus.
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