Functionally minded and balanced in design, Krost’s new Remi table collection navigates the evolving nature of work with pieces that blend seamlessly into any commercial environment.
May 12th, 2022
The modern workplace is no longer static. Employees want flexibility, comfort and autonomy, and organisations are responding with agile working environments that cater to a variety of work styles. Furniture is a key component in meeting the demands of the changing market, with clients seeking versatile collections that address the nuances and requirements of different work environments.
With a wealth of configurations available, Krost’s new Remi collection of tables and storage facilitates a variety of settings that focus on connection, collaboration and comfort by the curation of furniture, finishes and aesthetic. As one of Australia’s leading commercial furniture manufacturers and suppliers, Krost leverages its decades of experience to create pieces that feature high-quality construction, materials and finishes, and a thoughtful balance of elements that results in a multi-faceted visual feature for any commercial space.
Remi’s design is highlighted by its circular base wrapped with half round Steccawood panelling. The choice of a matte, textured or premium compact laminate desktop adds personality, and gives you the ability to create customised pieces to suit any environment. The contrast of materials used are indicators of scale and direction, complimenting the shape through Remi’s intrinsic properties.
A variety of Steccawood and laminate finishes are available, as well as a selection of size and shape options. The ability to enable different configurations and styles means that each Remi piece is unique to the individual and the desired aesthetic.
Suitable for a range of applications, the Remi collection includes a meeting table, round table, counter table and coffee table. This selection allows designers to create a seamless aesthetic throughout the office interior while providing functional furniture to support a range of work settings including formal business meetings, impromptu catch-ups or casual conversations over coffee.
The Remi credenza provides a storage option that refuses to compromise on aesthetics. Featuring a clear sculptural language, the Remi credenza features a smooth radius shape front design and strong lines through half round Steccawood panelling. The grandeur nature of Remi’s elegant design compliments reception areas, meeting rooms and executive offices. Matching the versatility offered by the table collection, the Remi credenza is available in a variety of Steccawood finishes; two, four or six door widths; and features concealed matt black anodised lip handles.
Composed of high-quality materials, Remi is locally designed and manufactured using world class machinery and practices in Krost’s Sydney factory. Using some of the most technologically advanced machinery available, Krost boasts the manufacturing capabilities to create a diverse, exclusive and quality-driven collection, and the ability to offer the largest variety of shapes, sizes and finishes available.
As evidence of their commitment to quality and customer support, each Remi piece is backed by a 5-year warranty. To view the entire Remi Collection, visit Krost’s website here.
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