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    Get some backbone: AERIS

    Storia del Marchio

    Markus Hieke

    15.12.2020

    Ergonomics are back in fashion, thanks to the seismic shift to home working. For AERIS, however, they never went out. For a quarter of a century, their Swooper ‘active’ seat has been keeping workers’ backs working.

    The writing’s on the wall: ASB GLASSFLOOR

    Storia del Marchio

    Markus Hieke

    25.11.2020

    ASB GLASSFLOOR has been lighting up the world of sport with its cutting-edge LumiFlex floor technology for years. Now, with DigitalWallpaper, it has set its sights on a broad new range of applications. Sunglasses optional.

    Open air: SIEMENS HOME APPLIANCE

    Storia del Marchio

    Markus Hieke

    12.11.2020

    Smart, quiet and discreet, the glassdraftAir worktop ventilation system from SIEMENS HOME APPLIANCE is optimally suited to modern, open kitchen spaces that are as much about sociability as they are about cooking.

    Balancing act: to-swift from TRENDOFFICE

    Storia del Marchio

    Markus Hieke

    29.10.2020

    Offices today increasingly radiate energy, agility and fun. Witness Trendoffice’s new ‘to-swift’ stool, which lets users stand-up and sit-down all at once.

    Think inside the box: BOSSELINO

    Storia del Marchio

    Markus Hieke

    29.10.2020

    Contemporary open-plan workspaces are perfect for creativity and collaboration, but for those times when you need to take a step back, there’s bosselino.

    Light my Fiore: DAUPHIN

    Storia del Marchio

    Markus Hieke

    29.10.2020

    Flexible workspaces call for flexible furniture. When it comes to office chairs, they don’t come much more flexible and fun than Fiore.

    Safe and sound: Sigel

    Storia del Marchio

    Markus Hieke

    09.09.2020

    Sound Balance, the acoustic solution from German office manufacturer SIGEL not only optimises workplace acoustics, it also quickly and flexibly separates different working areas, creating a safer environment for employees during the coronavirus