A look at a busy year ahead for the office furniture suppliers and manufacturers.
April 15th, 2010
Maxton Fox have a busy year ahead with the launch of a series of high quality and environmentally conscious work systems.
Paving the way to a more ecologically sustainable future in office furniture is the KK Series workstation and S133 chair pieces, to be released later this year.
Approved by the Green Environmental Choice Australia, materials and glues used in the products comply with GECA standards and parts can be easily recycled at the end of their life cycle.
In their pre-existing ranges, the Puffy and Luna chairs, seen at Saturday in Design 2009, continue to be popular in the casual and relaxed markets.
With a focus on posture, Maxton Fox will also be importing products from Scandinavian office supplies company RH Seating, a company which prides itself on their approach to comfortable seating.
The Logic and Extend chair feature specially designed mechanisms to ensure key points of the body stay supported correctly, no matter what position the chair is in or if multiple people use the chair.
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