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Stem Intelligent Seating (Collection)

Stem Intelligent Seating was established in 1976. A proudly Australian company, Stem is a leading manufacturer of commercial furniture, sourcing components principally from Australasian origins.

Stem Intelligent Seating (Collection)


November 21st, 2008

With a focus on quality design encompassing outstanding ergonomics and aesthetics, Stem is an innovator in its field, resolving issues and developing seating solutions for all sizes of commercial projects. Stem Intelligent Seating manufacture to the highest quality from purpose built facilities in Melbourne and Sydney. Supporting the manufacturing base are sales offices in Melbourne and Sydney together with a national distributor and service network. In addition to a wide range of commercial seating products, Stem produces a number of exclusive lines for major clients. Stem also has licensing agreements for exclusive distribution for major US, Canadian and European manufacturers.

Product Range
Task, system and loose furniture.

Major Brands
Tecton, Boss, Sitz, CXO, Fusion, Onda.


Stem is committed to the continuous improvement of the manufacturing process to ensure products are aligned to sound environmental practices through a program of intelligent manufacturing. Stem’s new product development program ensures consideration is given to minimising what impact the product has on the environment. Stem is currently undergoing an independent lifecycle assessment of the organisation. Since 1993 Stem has been fully accredited to ISO9001:2000.

Major Projects
Woolworths, NSW and Police Headquarters, NSW.

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