Every year JEB seeks out the world’s best furniture brands to showcase them in their Australian showrooms and this continues with a new partnership with Danish design group Holmris.
April 5th, 2018
JEB has a history of examining office ergonomics and how products can enhance the working space experience, environment and accessibility. These are all important factors when it comes to choosing the right furniture for the right place, and JEB knows it.
Knowing JEB’s history with great brands, partnering with Holmris is a natural choice. With a minimalist and ergonomic design, short lead time and spectacular quality, Holmris from Denmark is the Scandinavian delight that can transform you’re an without costing a fortune.
For a more conservative setting, try the Groovy CC Armchair. Simple, practical and quietly majestic, it can add an extra sense of class and prestige to your conference rooms and will surely impress your colleagues and clients.
If a modern and agile workplace is what you’re looking for, then look no further. The RAY@WORK bench chair is comprised of straight lines, a simple backrest and a comfortable seat, making it easy on your eyes and your back. For a another design twist, try the Cobra chairs. These options will fit perfectly with any modern high desks and boost productivity all year around.
Want something cosy for your lounge or waiting area? Why not add a TWEET Sofa system? It can also function as a secluded workstation if you install some privacy screens.
For workstations, a great option is the the sleek Q20, Q40 and Cabale systems. All desks are height-adjustable with great flexibility. If you want some extra team cohesion, try Q40’s split-table tops and cable runs. Or for something more playful, Cabale’s A-shaped base frame can give you that extra inspirational kick.
To see, touch and experience the latest Holmris collection, be sure to pop into JEB’s Sydney showroom in Surry Hills.
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