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In 2019, Davis Furniture celebrates 75 years of design. Davis Upholstery Co. was founded by John T. Davis, Sr. in 1944. Seventy-five years later, Davis is still a family-owned and operated company in its fourth generation. As a way to commemorate our heritage, we have included a company timeline with details and stories of the last 75 years. During this landmark year, we have the distinct pleasure of remembering our history as a company and looking forward to the next 75 years of design.


Message from the Davis family

As we embark on our 75th year as a company, we are so appreciative to all of those who have helped make Davis Furniture what it is today. What started as a small repair shop during World War II has grown into a source of great pride and legacy for our family. For three-quarters of a century, Davis Furniture Industries, Inc. has worked to manufacture the highest quality office furniture. An uncompromising quality and standard of business has been ingrained in Davis from the very beginning. We chose the motto “75 Years of Design� for this milestone anniversary to celebrate the design-driven focus that has guided Davis Furniture through the years. We have been blessed to have the commitment and support of so many people throughout our history. The Davis family wants to extend a sincere thank you to all of you who have supported Davis through the years and continue to do so. To our employees, our suppliers, our customers, our product designers, and our sales representatives, you make it all possible. Thank you for your dedication to Davis. We are looking forward to working with you and celebrating design for many years to come!

Sincerely,

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The Davis family, 2019 Left to right: Ashley Davis Williams, Danny Davis, and Brian Davis.

In 2019, Davis is known as an industry leader in design and overall quality. The corporate slogan which signifies Davis’ marketing and product strategy is very clear, “design is a choice.” Danny Davis, the President of Davis Furniture Industries, best explains this philosophy, “We have a saying here at Davis, ‘It’s all about the product, and the product is about design.’ At Davis, with every product we bring to the drawing table...the focus is always about design...the aesthetics of the design...the function of the design...and the value of the design. This is what our customers look to Davis to offer them.” Ashley Davis Williams and Brian Davis, Danny’s daughter and son, are the fourth generation of the Davis family to carry on the tradition.

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1940s

1950s

1960s

1970s

1944 – Davis Upholstery Co. is founded. John T. Davis, Sr. started his own company along with the help of his wife, Hattie Lee Davis, and his oldest daughter, Dorothy Haines. Their focus was on repair and upholstery work.

1953 – With success came the need for more space, so a parcel of land was purchased at 602 Linden St. (the company’s current location) and a new building was constructed. At the time, Linden St. was a dirt road on the outskirts of town.

1964 – John T. Davis, Jr. became president of the company when his father, John T. Davis, Sr. retired. He renamed the company Davis Furniture Industries, Incorporated.

1973 – Davis opened a showroom in Chicago, IL on the 11th floor of the Merchandise Mart. The showroom would later relocate to the 3rd floor, where our Chicago showroom is today.

1945 – Davis Upholstery Co. moved from a location on S Main St. around the corner to 115 East Davis Avenue. This early operation employed three upholsterers, a sewer, and a maintenance man. The shop was next door to the city’s southern-most fire station so there was always a labor pool of off-duty firemen available when business was booming. 1946 – John T. Davis, Jr. joined the operation as a manager after returning home from serving in the Coast Guard during World War II. He was honorably discharged on Christmas Eve 1945 and returned home, married Frances Honbarrier soon after, and joined the family business. 1947 – Operations were expanded to include the manufacturing of chairs and occasional tables – in addition to repair work.

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1954 – Davis was finding a new market with colleges and universities up and down the East Coast. Florida State University placed an order for 800 chairs after “testing” the furniture by tossing a chair out of a second story window. The chair survived the fall and Davis had found its niche.

1967 – Davis made a considerable shift towards the Office/ Executive market. New releases started incorporating more executive-type chairs into the product offering. 1969 – Davis Furniture Industries celebrated its 25th anniversary the same year we landed on the moon. This was also the year Davis released its first case goods collection.

1973 – Randy Davis joins the company. 1976 – Danny Davis joins the company. 1976 – Davis Furniture began manufacturing furniture designed by Robert Bernard Associates starting with the RB Series and RB Cube Series. Robert Bernard Associates helped put Davis Furniture on the “modern furniture” map. 1978 – Mr. Davis decided to host a Christmas Luncheon for all Davis employees and their families. He had a cooker built in the Davis metal plant so that he could smoke BBQ for the event. Davis has hosted a Christmas Luncheon every year since 1978, using the same cooker made for “Big John” 41 years ago. 1979 – Davis starts investing in licensing European designs to introduce to the American market with the help of Niels Risom. It was during this year that we introduced our first product licensed from Dreipunkt Art Collection in Germany.


1980s

1990s

2000s

2010s

1980 – Davis Furniture hits primetime television, furnishing J.R. Ewing’s office in the award-winning show, Dallas. His office featured the RB 1000 seating series and the Forum desk series, both designed by Robert Bernard Associates. Throughout the years, Davis pieces have been spotted in many other movies, television shows, and commercials; most notably Webb chairs in Ocean’s Eleven and Body chairs in the television show, Gotham.

1994 – In celebration of Davis’ 50th anniversary, John T. Davis, Jr. was awarded a plaque from the mayor of Chicago, Mayor Richard Daley, declaring June 12th as “John T. Davis, Jr. Day” in Chicago. The plaque was presented to Mr. Davis by Chris Kennedy, son of former U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy. The company employed about 160 employees and around 100 Sales Representatives at the time.

2000 – Davis opened a showroom in New York City in the New York Design Center.

2011 – Davis released a record number of products at NeoCon. Coming out of The Great Recession, Davis maintained a strong focus on product development, despite the economic uncertainty. One of the products released during 2011 was our iconic Ginkgo chair designed by jehs+laub.

1985 – The Davis Cafeteria opened to the public. A product of John T. Davis, Jr.’s love for food and cooking, a new building was built on Davis’ campus to house a cafeteria which was open during lunch every day. The cafeteria was eventually remodeled and turned into the current corporate office. 1987 – The Motion chair by Burkhard Vogtherr was introduced at NeoCon. This revolutionary design was unlike most other executive seating at the time. Motion moved in a manner that imitated the human body’s natural movement. The Motion chair was a staple of the Davis Furniture line for 25 years. 1989 – Several major licensing agreements resulted from numerous successful product introductions. Davis secured licensing agreements with companies in Germany, South Korea, Japan, Australia, and Italy.

1995 – The Zoom table designed by Jürg Spörri was awarded Best of Competition at NeoCon. 1996 – Danny Davis becomes President. 1997 – The Webb Chair by Burkhard Vogtherr was introduced at NeoCon. Davis partnered with DuPont to create the “webbing” material used for this iconic chair. 1998 – Zeno by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger was introduced at NeoCon, winning Best of NeoCon Gold Award. Through the years, Mezger designed several award-winning designs for Davis. 1999 – The Davis Guaranteed Freight program was started. Davis Furniture always had trucks running deliveries from the very beginning of the company, however, the program as it stands now was created just before the turn of the century.

2001 – Ashley Davis Williams joins the company. 2002 – Davis met Jonathan Prestwich through Burkhard Vogtherr. Jonathan Prestwich worked with Vogtherr throughout his early design career when he helped to design the Webb Meeting series. Over the years, Jon has designed several of our most popular, award-winning pieces. 2003 – Aero, designed by Lievore Altherr Molina, wins Best of Competition at NeoCon. 2003 – Brian Davis joins the company. 2008 – At NeoCon, we officially began our working relationship with jehs+laub with the release of the Tune table. This launched a prosperous collaboration with the designer duo. Since then, Markus Jehs and Jürgen Laub have designed several of our most popular, award-winning pieces.

2013 – Davis Elements Collection is released, introducing a line of office accessories to bring beautiful form and functionality to workspaces. 2015 – Our Metalworking plant (Plant 3) was expanded to include an in-house powder coating facility. Powder coating was previously an out-sourced manufacturing step. Building our own facility greatly increased efficiency and quality consistency. 2019 – Davis Furniture opens a showroom in Washington, D.C. The third official Davis showroom opened in late spring of this year. This new space near the Georgetown waterfront features a beautiful mix of new and classic Davis pieces. 2019 – Davis is expanding once again. We are breaking ground on a new Corporate office space located across the street from our Sales office in High Point, NC. The project is expected to be completed in 2020. 5


BURKHARD VOGTHERR Germany “The best jobs in the world need your head, your heart, and your hands.”

JEHS+LAUB Germany “To make the future, we must watch the present and remember the past.”

J O N AT H A N P R E ST W I C H United Kingdom “Most of the questions asked of design have already been answered in nature.”

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DESIGNERS

J U ST U S KO L B E R G Germany “I design with sensitive intelligence to innovate elegance.”

M A R KU S D Ö R N E R Germany “My designs take two directions. One seems to have always been there, like a good friend. The other incorporates stunning details that grab your attention. With both, function is a must.”

W O L F G A N G C . R . M E ZG E R Germany “Design is our contribution to make people happy because people who are happy stand for freedom, peace, culture, and tolerance. We hope this helps to make our world better in the future.”

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2019 INTRODUCT I ONS


M 75

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by Vogtherr & Prestwich


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M75’s design is centered on the idea of taking away distractions. Breaking down the components of M75, the back, seat, and armrests were designed to be elegant and visually quiet, but to come together with a perfect balance and flow.

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C OVA

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by jehs+laub


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Cova’s primary objective is supreme comfort with a visually appealing design. Cova’s enveloping nature brings residential comfort to commercial spaces.

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INFORM 20

by the Davis Design Team


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Inform’s effortless beauty is carried throughout a wide range of tables and benches that provide all of the functionality needed in a modern space while maintaining an unmatched level of style.

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M U S E B A R STO O L

26

by jehs+laub


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A - LO U N G E

by jehs+laub

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LIFT

30

by jehs+laub


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A-BENCH 32

by jehs+laub


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The A-Bench is offered with straight and curved pieces for a truly versatile range of possibilities. Utilize connector tables or backless bench pieces to create flexible seating arrangements.

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A - TA B L E

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by jehs+laub


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This easy-to-operate folding table utilizes clean lines and good design to hide its functional complexity. The A-Table is also offered as a stationary conference table for the same beautiful design in a more permanent setting.

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The Motion chair, designed by Burkhard Vogtherr, was introduced in 1987. It was a revolutionary design that responded to the user and capitalized on comfort and good ergonomic seating. Unlike most other executive seating at the time, Motion moved in a manner that imitated the human body’s natural movement. Davis patented the mechanism, and it is used on the iconic Webb Chair, also designed by Vogtherr. Motion was a huge success for Davis and remained a staple of the Davis Furniture line for 25 years.

EX ECUTIVE / CONFE R ENCE

Motion

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G I N KG O C O N F E R E N C E

by jehs+laub 45


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S AC H E T

by jehs+laub

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SOLA

by Justus Kolberg

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LINQ

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by Jonathan Prestwich


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C LO U D

by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger

Cloud combines luxurious comfort and an elegant aesthetic to create a chair that instantly and effortlessly enhances the working environment.

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S K E TC H C O N F E R E N C E

b y Vogtherr & Prestwich

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B O DY

by Burkhard Vogtherr

Body stands the test of time as a classic Davis line. This family of executive task chairs offers ultimate ergonomic support and clean European styling.

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TABLES Zoom Zoom, designed by JĂźrg SpĂśrri, expanded the definition of a boardroom table. Zoom reflected the solid image expected of a boardroom conference table, while its flexible design expanded for multiple functions. As teleconferencing became common practice at many businesses, Zoom had a modular design that allowed for the optimum configuration for each occasion. Zoom was awarded the 1995 NeoCon Best of Competition.


X2

60

by Dante Bonuccelli


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TIX

by Dante Bonuccelli 63


TUNE

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by jehs+laub


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E K KO

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by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger


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APEX

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by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger


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S PA N

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G I N KG O W I R E TA B L E

by jehs+laub

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MEZ

by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger

Mez is a perfect balance of hard edges, soft curves, and interesting shapes. This table series creates an appealing aesthetic in cafĂŠs, bars, collaborative areas, and small meeting spaces.

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Q 6 TA B L E S

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by Jonathan Prestwich


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LUCA

by jehs+laub

Luca provides designers with a wide range of options – in finish, size, and shape. An elegant aluminum base balances the line from occasional to bar height tables.

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P R AT

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by the Davis Design Team


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TECHNIQ 82

by Jonathan Prestwich


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STO R AG E Tao The Tao Collection by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger was a highly unique case goods collection. Unlike the solid, boxy configurations of standard case goods, Tao established a balance between negative and positive spaces: between form, design, and function. A large collection, Tao included desks, case goods, conference tables, and lecterns.

STO R AG E


HUE

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by jehs+laub


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TIX

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by Dante Bonuccelli


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BARSTOOLS Lipse Barstool A staple of the Davis product offering for over 15 years, Lipse was a unique plywood seating classic. The bent plywood shell was joined by aluminum connection points, adding to the distinctive design statement. Lipse was a broad product line including chairs, barstools, and bistro tables. Lipse won the 2002 Best of NeoCon Gold Award.


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CODI

by Archirivolto

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G I N KG O W I R E

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by jehs+laub


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CIRCO

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by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger


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P LC

by PearsonLloyd

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JOIN

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by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger


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TRE

by jehs+laub

Tre epitomizes imaginative design using molded plywood technology. Each stool features three separate and identical pieces that rise dramatically from the ground converging at the center of the seat to unify this captivating structure.

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ZIA

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by jehs+laub


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Zeno was the epitome of elegant design when it was released in 1998. Designed by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger, the Zeno base was a beautiful geometric study of angles and arcs. The aluminum base was a masterful combination of manufacturing techniques as the sides were beadblasted and the top was polished aluminum. Stacking protection was built into the design, making it the perfect stacking chair. Zeno won the 1998 Best of NeoCon Gold Award.

MULTI-USE / GUEST

Zeno


S AC H E T

108

by jehs+laub


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TA N G O

by jehs+laub

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RHOMBUS 112

by Markus Dรถrner


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ZEN

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by jehs+laub


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JOIN

by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger

Join’s three -dimensional plywood technology produces a deeply formed curve and offers unmatched comfort and elegance.

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REED 118

by jehs+laub


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P LC

by PearsonLloyd

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CODI 122

by Archirivolto


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G I N KG O

by jehs+laub

The Ginkgo Chair is an elegant yet durable chair with an organic aesthetic that is both instantly recognizable and utterly unforgettable.

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G I N KG O P L AST I C

by jehs+laub

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G I N KG O W I R E

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by jehs+laub


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A-CHAIR 130

by jehs+laub


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LOUNGE Grasshopper Chaise The Grasshopper Chaise Lounge was designed by Kastholm and Fabricius and released in 1968. For a brief stint in the mid 1970s, Davis Furniture licensed the Grasshopper Chaise along with several other classic Kastholm and Fabricius pieces. The designers favored a functionalist approach and a minimalist aesthetic, always aimed at simplicity and timelessness. Along with the Grasshopper Chaise, Davis offered other modernist icons from the Kill International collection, including the Tulip Chair and the Skater Chair.


NORA COLLECTION 134

by the Davis Design Team


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Q5

by Jonathan Prestwich 137


Q6 138

by Jonathan Prestwich


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MODO

by Burkhard Vogtherr 141


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KO N TO U R

by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger 143


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S I D E BY S I D E

by Dick Spierenburg & Karel Boonzaaijer 145


WEDA

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by Daniel Wehrli


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P LC LO U N G E

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by PearsonLloyd


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MUSE

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by jehs+laub


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G I N KG O LO U N G E

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by jehs+laub


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G I N KG O P LY LO U N G E

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by jehs+laub


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G I N KG O W I R E LO U N G E

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by jehs+laub


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SKE TCH LO U N G E

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by Vogtherr & Prestwich


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S O F T P R I VAC Y

by jehs+laub

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The Palette lounge series, designed by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger, was an extremely versatile modular system that was all about shaping the conversation. The most functional aspect of Palette was the broad range of occasional tables and tablets included in the line. Palette helped transform waiting areas and lobbies into spaces where you could work and

OCCASIONAL TABL ES

Palette

interact. Palette won the 2000 Best of NeoCon Silver Award for Seating: Sofas & Chairs.

O C C AS I O N A L TA B L E S


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HANS

by Studio Taschide

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NORA COLLECTION

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by the Davis Design Team


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POISE

by jehs+laub

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TO S C A

by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger

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VA L E T

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by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger


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HELIO

by jehs+laub

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ST E M

by Jonathan Prestwich

The clean, slender lines of Stem’s eye -catching base design add visual interest to this elegant statement piece.

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ELEMENTS Elements is a thoughtfully curated collection from internationally renowned designers that adds visual intrigue and captivating design details to the overall aesthetic of any space. More than merely decorative accessories, Elements includes a vast range of products that provide functionality and architectural appeal in bright, bold, and breathtaking designs.

O C C AS I O N A L TA B L E S


LINE

180

by Apartment 8


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D OTS

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by Apartment 8


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KO PA

by Dante Bonuccelli

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LEAF

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by 08|16 quergedacht


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B I TS

by Walter Zwick

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LUX

by Christian Hoisl

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PLANE

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by Gino Carollo


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CR3

by Wolfgang C.R. Mezger

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ST I C KS

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by Michael Schwebius


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WHISP

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by Mikko Laakkonen


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Z I N OX

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by Walter Zwick


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FLIP

by F/P Design

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M ATC H

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by jehs+laub


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Executive / Conference

Body p. 56

Linq p. 50, 82

Cloud p. 52

Exo p. 64

M75 p. 10, 12, 14

Sketch Conference p. 54

Sachet p. 34, 46

Lucid (not shown)

Fenix (not shown)

Sola p. 48

Ginkgo Conference p. 44, 67, 68

Webb (not shown)

Multi-Use / Guest

A-Chair p. 20, 37, 38, 40, 130

PLC Chair p. 120

Codi p. 62, 79, 122

Reed p. 118

Fina (not shown)

Rhombus p. 112

Ginkgo p. 60, 124

Ginkgo Plastic p. 126

Sachet p. 23, 72, 108, 136, 180

Sketch (not shown)

Ginkgo Wire p. 128, 204

Join p. 74, 116

Tango p. 68, 110

Zen p. 114

PLC Barstool p. 24, 98

Tre p. 102

MilanoLight (not shown)

Stools

Circo p. 96, 144 206

Codi p. 92

Ginkgo Wire p. 70, 94

Join p. 100

Milano (not shown)

Muse p. 26

Zia p. 104


Lounge

A-Lounge p. 28, 32

Nora p. 19, 134, 154

A-Bench p. 31, 32, 34, 36

Q5 p. 136

Side by Side p. 144, 170, 184

Cova p. 16, 18

PLC Lounge p. 148

Ginkgo Lounge p. 152, 168

Ginkgo Ply Lounge p. 144, 154

Sketch Lobby (not shown)

Sketch Lounge p. 158

Aero (not shown)

Q6 p. 76, 82, 136, 138, 140

Ginkgo Wire p. 156

Soft (not shown)

Kontour p. 142

Radius (not shown)

Muse p. 134, 150

Soft Privacy p. 136, 160

Modo p. 140, 202

Radius Meeting (not shown)

Weda p. 146

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Tables

Apex p. 44, 68

A-Table p. 38, 40

Prat p. 80, 200

Span p. 27, 50, 70, 97, 112, 144

Luca p. 32, 37, 78, 118

Mez p. 74, 101, 140

Storage

Hue p. 15, 44, 67, 86, 154, 168

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Tix p. 49, 62

Techniq p. 82

X2 p. 46, 54, 60

Tune p. 64

Ginkgo Wire Table p. 72, 94, 105, 129

Inform p. 15, 20, 22, 24

Ekko p. 66

Tix p. 88

Q6 p. 76, 82, 110, 122, 126, 136, 138, 160

Veer (not shown)


Occasional Tables

Dyna (not shown)

Nora p. 134, 144, 166

Ekko Occasional (not shown)

Ginkgo Wire Table p. 156

Hans p. 164

Helio p. 136, 158, 174

Stem p. 176

Tosca p. 147, 170

Valet p. 20, 151, 172,183

Poise p. 19, 154, 168

Lift p. 28, 30, 32, 34, 36

Elements

Bits p. 188

Dots p. 182

CR3 p. 194

Line p. 62, 180

Flip p. 202

Match p. 204

Kopa p. 140, 184

Sticks p. 196

Leaf p. 186

Lux p. 190

Whisp p. 122, 160, 174, 198

Zinox p. 200

Plane p. 192, 202

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AWA R D S A-Chair

Hue

2016 Architizer A+ Awards - Seating: Contract

2015 Best of NeoCon - Gold Award - Seating: Stacking

Join Barstool

2015 #Metropolis Likes Award

2015 Interior Design HiP Award - Education/Institutional Seating

Kontour

2014 reddot Product Design Award

2011 Best of NeoCon - Gold Award - Seating: Sofas & Lounge

2014 iF Design Award

2011 Good Design Award - Chicago Athenaeum

2014 Good Design Award - Chicago Athenaeum

Lucid

2017 #Metropolis Likes Award 2015 Best of NeoCon - Silver Award - Seating: Barstools

Aero

2005 Platinum ADEX Award - Design Journal

2004 reddot Product Design Award

2004 Design Journal Best of Show

2004 iF Design Award

2001 reddot Product Design Award

2003 Best of Competition - NeoCon Overall Product

2000 Best of NeoCon - Silver Award -

2003 Best of NeoCon - Gold Award - Lounge Seating

Seating: Executive Desk Chairs

2003 Good Design Award - Chicago Athenaeum

Match

2003 ADEX Gold Award

2014 Best of NeoCon - Silver Award - Tables: Occasional

Body

Milano

2008 reddot Product Design Award

2007 Best of NeoCon - Silver Award -

Modo

2007 Best of NeoCon - Silver Award - Guest Seating

Ergonomic: Executive/Guest

Cloud

Nora

2018 Architizer A+ Awards, Jury Winner - Commercial Furniture

2017 Best of NeoCon - Silver Award - Lounge Furniture Collections

2016 Best of NeoCon - Silver Award - Seating: Conference

Ekko

2011 Best of NeoCon - Gold Award - Conference Room Furn.

Q5

2011 Good Design Award - Chicago Athenaeum

Fenix

Q6

2008 Best of NeoCon - Gold Award -

2014 Best of NeoCon - Gold Award - Seating: Benches

2013 Best of NeoCon - Silver Award - Seating: Benches 2017 Best of NeoCon - Innovation Award - Furniture Collections for

Seating: Ergonomic Desk/Task

Collaboration

Fina

Reed

2018 iF Design Award

Ginkgo

2017 reddot product design award

2011 Best of NeoCon - Silver Award - Seating: Guest

2017 Best of NeoCon - Gold Award - Seating: Stacking

2011 Good Design Award - Chicago Athenaeum

Sola

2012 Best of NeoCon - Silver Award - Seating: Stacking

Ginkgo Plastic

Span

2018 Interior Design HiP Award - Education/Institutional Seating

2011 Best of NeoCon - Gold Award - Seating: Conference

Ginkgo Ply Lounge - Low Back

2017 Architizer A+ Awards - Special Mention

Furniture

2016 Best of NeoCon - Silver Award - Seating: Sofas & Lounge

2013 Best of NeoCon - Gold Award - Conference Room 2013 Interior Design Magazine - Best of Year Award

Ginkgo Ply Lounge

Furniture Contract/Tables

Tango

2018 Best of NeoCon - Gold Award - Seating: Sofas & Lounge

Hans 210

2017 Best of NeoCon - Gold Award - Tables: Occasional

2018 Contract Magazine Editor’s Choice Award - Seating: Guest


AWA R D S Techniq

2016 Best of NeoCon - Silver Award - Tables: Training & Work

Tix

2007 Best of NeoCon - Silver Award - Casegoods: Desks and Credenzas

2007 Interior Design Best of Year Award - Furniture/Contract - Conference Tables

Tre

2012 reddot Product Design Award

2012 Best of NeoCon - Gold Award - Seating: Guest

Tune

2009 reddot Product Design Award

Valet

2016 #Metropolis Likes Award

Weda

2017 Best of NeoCon - Gold Award - Seating: Benches

X2

2018 Interior Design HiP Award - Conference Table

2018 #Metropolis Likes Award

Zen

2017 Architizer A+ Awards - Special Mention

2016 Contract Magazine Editor’s Choice Award - Seating: Guest

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H E A D Q U A R T E R S 2401 College Drive PO Box 2065 High Point, NC 27261 336.889.2009

S H OW R O O M S Chicago Merchandise Mart 222 Merchandise Mart Plaza Suite 3-115 Chicago, IL 60654 312.330.0292 New York Design Center 200 Lexington Avenue Suite 1304 New York, NY 10016 212.683.7272 Davis Showroom 1025 Thomas Jefferson Street NW Suite 135G Washington, DC 20007 202.753.4545

L I C E N S E D P R O D U C T A-Bench by Brunner A-Chair by Brunner A-Lounge by Brunner A-Table by Brunner Aero by Sellex Bits by Schönbuch Circo by Brunner Codi by Brunner Dots by Schönbuch Exo by Girsberger Fina by Brunner Hans by Schönbuch Kopa by Schönbuch Leaf by Schönbuch Lift by Brunner Line by Schönbuch Lux by Schönbuch Match by Schönbuch Modo by Arco Meubelfabrick bv 212

Milano by Brunner Plane by Schönbuch PLC Series by Modus Reed by Brunner Sketch by Arco Meubelfabrick bv Sticks by Schönbuch Side by Side by Arco Meubelfabrick bv Tix by Zoom by Mobimex Tune by Wilhelm Renz GmbH & Co. Weda by Zoom by Mobimex Whisp by Covo X2 by Zoom by Mobimex Zen by Brunner Zinox by Schönbuch

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