The new Region meeting table from Kokuyo sees strong metallic finishes juxtaposed with warm wood to tranquil and practical effect.
11 October, 2018
The presence of a relaxing yet functional atmosphere within the business environment is essential for today’s workplace. In the ideal office environment, employees should be able to sense the warmth of the office space and its furniture, such that they feel at ease while they perform their work. It’s goal that Kokuyo had in mind when creating Region.
The Region meeting tables combine the design and flexibility demonstrated by Kokuyo in over 100 years of design excellence. With natural finishes and available in a wide combination of colours and materials, Region has the functionality to offer work spaces the ideal solution for modern group work, meetings and collaboration areas, all the while helping to create a cosy atmosphere in the office.
Available in varied heights and dimensions, Region is flexible enough to support the style and manner in which any modern workplace functions. The juxtaposition of the warm wood grains with the cool metal finish is an eye catching yet relaxed style choice suitable for any contemporary office space. The five available heights allow for both intensive concentrated work and natural conversation in the office.
For Kokuyo, creative design means solving the small problems people encounter in their work and daily lives. In the process of design, new values are generated that contribute to the creation of a better society. Driven by a philosophy of enriching the world through design, Kokuyo’s long history of over 100 years is a history of innovation and the ever-present pushing forward of the boundaries of creativity and design.
Region is the next step in this history – an office table that invites collaboration politely and without demand. It’s a table that suits any aesthetic and offers functionality for any office.
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