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Posts tagged as 'Interstuhl'

Thu 6.12.

ROUND THE BEND: PUREIS3 FROM INTERSTUHL

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.12.2018 - Tagged as:

ROUND THE BEND: PUREIS3 FROM INTERSTUHL

In the textile-covered version of PUREis3, the structural design of the backrest is intentionally visible. The chair makes its advantages – lightness and flexibility – outwardly evident

 

With the PUREis3, the German office furniture manufacturer INTERSTUHL is launching an uncomplicated office chair for today’s office: flexible in use in almost all office situations, easily adaptable to individual seating preferences and – thanks to a specially developed app – promotes active sitting.
 

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Tue 3.7.

FALLING INTO PLACE: INTERSTUHL

Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.07.2018 - Tagged as:

FALLING INTO PLACE: INTERSTUHL

That’s the way to work! The softback version of the office swivel chair is available in nine shades some of which are colour-intensive, the optional headrest is available for all models

 

A swivel chair is a swivel chair is a swivel chair, right? Not at all, as shown by the JOYCEis3 by Daniel Figueroa for the German furniture manufacturer INTERSTUHL. Thanks to its innovative modular design, myriad individual combinations are possible.

 

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Tue 5.11.

The New Work

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.11.2013 - Tagged as: ,

KINETICis5 Mobile Pieces:; Interstuhl’s Helmut Link believes that short, snappy meetings will become increasingly common in the modern office, and in many respects the company’s KINETICis5 proves his point.

KINETICis5 Mobile Pieces:; Interstuhl’s Helmut Link believes that short, snappy meetings will become increasingly common in the modern office, and in many respects the company’s KINETICis5 proves his point.

Helmut Link explains how Interstuhl is adapting its office furniture to meet the needs of tomorrow’s working environments. (Text: Grant Gibson)

 

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