At Singapore Indesign 2016, Scandinavian Business Seating will present a Northern Lights-inspired installation alongside exclusive product previews and more.
27 September, 2016
“Making the world a better place to sit!” – that is the mission of Scandinavian Business Seating. The seating specialist is Europe’s largest supplier of office seating and has been tirelessly promoting well-being in the workplace through its innovative designs since 2007.
Scandinavian Business Seating is responsible for bringing some of the best modern Scandinavian designs to our living environments, including offices, homes and conference venues. The company owns four independent brands: HÅG, RH, BMA and RBM. The designs are inspired by how people meet, work and collaborate across all kinds of workspaces, and are guided by the values of design, ergonomics, environment and quality. Ensuring the most stringent quality control, every product is manufactured in its factories in Norway, Sweden and the Netherlands.
At Singapore Indesign 2016, gain an exclusive preview of Scandinavian Business Seating’s key product launches for next year; test out a new addition to the Noor family – one of the bestsellers under RBM; and feast your eyes on the new colours of signature products, namely HÅG’s Capisco and RBM’s Twisted Little Star. Better yet, visitors can vote for their favourite new colour combination and stand a chance to take home a chair.
Complete the celebration of all things Scandinavian and colourful by indulging your senses in the creative installation Celebrating Colour. Conceived by art and design studio Andrew Loh Designs, the project draws inspiration from the Northern Lights and Nordic nature, and features a sensory garden of various scents and textures that lead visitors towards an ‘Aurora’ of dancing lights and multi-hued colours. The installation is composed of a sustainable structure and natural textures by Panelogue.
The exhibition is guaranteed to mesmerise so get your cameras ready!
Click here for more information on Singapore Indesign 2016 and to register for free.
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