Krost furniture has been used to create a practical and contemporary workspace.
July 28th, 2014
The combination of ultra modern Krost furnishings with a colour palette to drool over has resulted in an all conquering office fitout for a new Sydney office.
No detail has been overlooked by D&C projects, from the carefully selected products and finishes to the colour of the ABS edging on the worktops, upholstery on our Framework screens and melamine finishes.
Krost’s Benchwork workstations teamed with Vigo chairs and Globe pedestals looked brilliant throughout the office and allowed the clients to maximise space and become a catalyst for team work and idea sharing.
The Dart tables were the standout in the office-side kitchen and in the meeting rooms with Sax chairs.
All details came together to create a practical, inviting, inspiring and contemporary workspace.
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