Global Change by Kari Pei for Interface. Global Change creates a sense of wellbeing and engagement through a multitude of colors, patterns, textures, formats, and materials that celebrate the sensory experience.
Nuez by Patricia Urquiola for Andreu World. Nuez is born from the idea of creating a seat as if it were a sheet of paper.
Tintura Collection by Arc-Com. Raya, Elevado, and Linea find their inspiration in the ancient art of Guatemalan backstrap weaving and dyeing.
Flirt by 5D Studio for Arcadia. Flirt is a broad offering of multi-use, reconfigurable products that enables the maximization of different settings.
Evolution by Architex. The new generation of Architex PVC-free non-wovens, Evolution features Write-Off Ink and Stain resistance, denim-dye transfer resistance, and puncture resistance.
Impasto + Secco by Bentley. Vigorous in color and advanced in pattern, Impasto + Secco are designed to push the limits of tufting and design capabilities and are artfully inspired by the rich practices of painting.
BuzziCane by DUM Office for BuzziSpace. With a woven cane back, wood base, and luscious upholstery, BuzziCane brings a vintage-inspired look into the contemporary workplace.
Bota by DARRAN Furniture. With sweeping lines and elegant arcs, Bota is a lounge collection for shared spaces in collaborative work environments or private zones for concentration. Bota integrates power, tables, and built-in screens.
Codi by Davis Furniture. A universal side chair available in an array of colors, shapes, and materials, Codi is formed of injection-molded plastic and pressed felt shells with a delicate back detail that increases seating comfort.
Elle by D.L. Couch. Elle is a chenille design that mimics a pebbled texture with accents of fine metallic yarns.
Formica Infiniti by Formica. Formica Infiniti surfacing features a soft-to-the-touch finish, resists fingerprints, has thermal healing capabilities and built-in antimicrobial surface protection.
Corby by Christopher Wright for Global Furniture Group. Emphasizing mid-century styling, Corby channels the warm and comfortable style of residential furnishings through a collection of wood veneer desks, tables, and storage elements.
QuickStand Eco by Humanscale. Combining user-friendly design with expert engineering and sustainable materials, this height-adjustable work surface makes it easy to integrate healthy movement and wellness into the work day.
Watercolor by Innovations. Watercolor’s focus on brushstrokes and the fluidity of materials channels Pat Steir's waterfall paintings. Like the contemporary artist, the 52-inch Watercolor explores the vertical movement of water and paint in eight colors inspired by spring.
Zephyr by JANUS et Cie. Named for the westward wind, Zephyr is an outdoor commercial seating group inspired by high-speed transportation that incorporates a sense of motion.
Form + Finish by J+J Flooring Group. Form + Finish, a modular carpet collection inspired by the artistry of ceramic glazing, embodies the beauty and unique characteristics found in original ceramic pieces.
Luno by EOOS for Keilhauer. The large-scale lounge chair features a hard outer shell and a wide seat designed for a variety of postures, supporting better non-verbal communication in the workplace.
Paper Collection by Mannington Commercial. The new collection of carpet planks features three patterns inspired by design interactions with paper: crumpling, creasing, crimping, tearing, and folding.
ASPECTA ONE by Robert Langstaff for Metroflor. The line of commercial LVT flooring features 46 tiles and planks with stimulating details, colors, and exclusive surface embossing.
Lineate by Mohawk Group. Inspired by gradient ombré and striated textiles, the new LVT collection features cool and warm neutrals combined with pops of color that create the illusion of depth on a flat surface.
Hi-Tech Overshot Collection by Sina Pearson for Momentum Group. The collection of patterns and solids offers luxurious tactile qualities and is designed for high performance and easy cleaning.
Rowen by Brian Graham for OFS Brands. Rowen draws inspiration from architecture and landscapes to create an inviting form that evokes beauty with thin, faceted legs and soft, comfortable cushions.
Alt Piazza by Okamura. A modular collection of bars, counters, benches, and seating, Alt Piazza allows café-style collaborative work environments. The wood grain laminates emanate the aesthetic and texture of solid wood with the reliability of a standard laminate.
Wit Side by SitOnIt Seating. The stackable guest chair's extra-slim profile channels contemporary design while offering a mobile, lightweight frame with a built-in pull handle.
Interiors from Spain will introduce brand-new products by Euroseating, JMM, and Oiside, and others.
Sunbrella Contract with Defiance by Sunbrella. Versatile in style and function, Sunbrella Contract fabrics offer durability, fade resistance, and cleanability with anti-microbial properties for the healthcare market.
More Than Wood by Tarkett North America. This collection of digitally printed LVT flooring provides design variations and comes in a variety of patterns and woodgrains, making it suitable for corporate, retail, hospitality, and healthcare settings.
Zones Furniture Collection by PearsonLloyd for Teknion. The expanded Zones portfolio addresses workplace applications, promotes health and wellness, and accommodates different work styles.
The Maker Project Stools by Versteel. Russian Birch seats and nylon glides distinguish the Maker Project's Stools series, available in seat heights of 18 inches, 24 inches, and 29 inches.
Series Lounge Chair by Hubertus Eilers for VS Furniture. The swivel chair, inspired by mobile workers and location-independent work, features a chrome-plated tubular steel structure and a wood-based body with foam cushioning.
Retro Wing Chair by West Elm Workspace. Engineered for use in high-traffic areas, the Retro Wing Chair combines mid-century simplicity with a traditional wingback silhouette and comes upholstered in durable Designtex fabric.
Infinite Neutral by Morgan Bajardi for Wolf-Gordon. The new collection challenges the namesake color’s traditional interpretation with a multi-dimensional luminosity.