The newest decision among educational institutions is not proposals to renovate facilities, but how to best incorporate Blok Furniture into their plans.
July 10th, 2009
With many schools and universities presently undergoing refurbishments, Blok Furniture offers a range of pieces to compliment these changes and ensure new spaces offer comfortable and inviting quality.
Blok developed this line of furniture designs with the changing needs of educational institutions in mind.
Director of Blok Furniture, Richard Park, explains: “All of our products are… designed to withstand the rigors of student life. Not only are they hardwearing and functional, the contemporary design and detailing makes Blok pieces attractive additions to break out areas, public seating spaces and meeting rooms.”
Blok’s broad range includes lulu ottomans, bollo beanbags, mobi and mimosa chairs, duo sofas and customised, upholstered seating shapes, all of which are currently being embraced by students and staff nationwide.
This latest range is priced to accommodate a variety of budgets and is available with a six-week lead-time.
Based in Brisbane, Blok furniture is renowned for its affordable, high quality, Australian made products that consistently satisfy.
With such a versatile range on offer, it’s no doubt that Blok Furniture will soon become a celebrated presence in schools throughout Australia.
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