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  • Pairings new tiered perch seating

    PAIRINGS tiered perch seating A versatile lounge based collection designed to work alone or as components, Pairings adapts to changing work styles and shifting work postures while supporting varying degrees of privacy in an era of open space engagement. Pairings merges simple sofa/lounge collections with the more informal space where people work, team up, and [...] Continue Reading
  • Pairings LOOKBOOK

    PAIRINGS tiered perch seating A versatile lounge based collection designed to work alone or as components, Pairings adapts to changing work styles and shifting work postures while supporting varying degrees of privacy in an era of open space engagement. Pairings merges simple sofa/lounge collections with the more informal space where people work, team up, and [...] Continue Reading
  • New Joya Product Video

    We are excited to share Kimball Office, newly released product video-Joya! This recently launched product offering includes a full family of task and side seating as well as stools. With its 3 ½" thick cushion seat, Joya is an incredibly comfortable chair; perfect for active work areas. In addition, its multiple base, frame, arm and [...] Continue Reading
  • What is Fresh for 2016 Brochure

    Our sense of place can now be anywhere. The individual creates place. Events create place. A destination is not a point on a map, but who occupies that point. Download Brochure PDF Continue Reading
  • Renewing, Repurposing, Optimizing Space

    Download PDF WHITE PAPER Learning can and does occur virtually anywhere. This, however, does not relieve us of our responsibility to provide a safe, healthy, quality environment in which all students can learn and all teachers can< teach. Nearly $24.5 billion worth of school and college construction was completed in 2015 – building new facilities [...] Continue Reading
  • Evolution of the Learning Environment

    Download PDF WHITE PAPER Evolution of the Learning Environment Learning is a dynamic process that can be helped or hindered by the physical environment. A wide gap often exists between the schools we have and the schools we need. With each design decision we make the question should be asked… Are we creating a learning [...] Continue Reading