Krost has just released the 26th version of their annual office furniture catalogue.
March 1st, 2015
Continuing with new illustrations that tie back to the pixel art theme in last year’s edition, the 2015 catalogue features 152 pages of high quality, exclusive furniture and a host of new products launched in January 2015.
New additions to Krost’s range include Enzo Tables, the Rocco lounge, Miro S Leather, Buzz tables, Volt Lights and upholstered Zorro Chairs and stools just to name a few.
You can view the full colour catalogue here or you can request a posted copy by filling in your details here.
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