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Workspace @ icon2

icon2, a holistic approach to office design.



BY jesse

July 14th, 2009


A modern, efficient and cohesive office is only viable with the right equipment and furniture. Clients wishing to furnish corporate office interiors expect high quality, durable furniture that complements a company’s corporate image and supports their working culture.

Australian commercial furniture Company icon2, exceeds all expectations, offering a practical, modern and efficient solutions.

icon2 provides a modern range of commercial office furniture, that will suit any budget. Our range of high quality products include workstations, desking systems, seating, storage & filing systems and café/breakout furniture.

icon2 are involved in a range of commercial projects. Their most recent is a substantial project for express freight and document company Toll Priority NSW – a total re-fit of their existing offices in Erskineville, Sydney. Working closely with the project team, senior management and designers, icon2 have created an attractive, functional office environment, to suit the 24/7 nature of the client’s business.

Based on the success of the project, Toll Priority have contracted icon2 to commence several new projects involving re-fits and new sites that will enhance the client’s brand and improve working culture.

Committed to sustainable design practices, icon2 ensures all factories are ISO certified to suit the relevant standards, making icon2 products suitable for use in Green Star rated projects.

For more information visit:
icon2.com

Sales enquiries
Scott Gordon or Craig Caughlan
(61 2) 9524 8499
slg@icon2.com, cpc@caughlangroup.com

 


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