The company currently offers five products: an ergonomic chair, standing desk, filing cabinet, office desk and a quad desk for shared workspaces.
Direct-to-consumer businesses have upended the status quo, but the path for furniture brands is less clear.
INDEAL has launched a major rebranding initiative reflective of the company's evolution into an all-encompassing, full-service solutions provider for dealers in the commercial interiors industry.
INDEAL has morphed from a buying group, which is all about return on investment, to an organization focused on the plight of the dealer, where the dealer is going to be and what the dealer needs to do.
The three leading office products dealer groups in the US have signed a letter of intent to merge the organisations into a single entity..
INDEAL, a marketing partner for dealers and suppliers, has added Montisa and the Vanerum line of MooreCo Inc. to its portfolio of industry manufacturers.
From a product mix standpoint, Wayfair Professional is following a similar strategy as its business-to-consumer side.
With The Inside, Dwell’s founder Christiane Lemieux wants your designer armchair to cost less than your designer purse. But should furniture really follow in the footsteps of fast fashion?
Startups making delivery and transport easier than ever are a hit with venture capitalists, so it’s not a surprise that young tech companies delivering home staples — living room sets, dining room tables, couches and more — are raising big dollars.
We conclude that are there too many options and does everyone really have enough time for them. Frankly though, it doesn’t really matter as the recipients will tune into whatever they think is right for them and you may well need to cater for that.
In today’s human-focused workspaces, space planning has changed radically; there is no one solution. Instead, architects are pushing aside the outdated concept of corner offices with windows for management and a mass of centrally located stations for everyone else.
Burrow’s sofa cleverly offers consumers a semblance of choice without straying from a standard set of component parts. Each sofa is built with the same two end pieces; in between, consumers can add as many seats as they wish.
Apple's latest mobile operating system, iOS 11, just released today. One of the biggest updates that should get the attention of architects is ARKit, Apple's new augmented reality framework. ARKit provides the opportunity to for Apple and 3rd party developers to create AR experiences anew, or to enhance existing applications for iPhone and iPad.
Want Americans to care about the environment? Skip the lectures and simply make products desirable, writes branding consultant Kimberly Cross.
The celebrated British designer discusses the process of developing the Emeco 1 Inch collection, his new book, and his challenging foray into interior design.
The rules of business seem to be changing constantly, and no one model of success is dominant, so it’s particularly fascinating when a company breaks through the noise. But what are those qualities that allow for one startup to fly while so many others like it fail? That’s what the global brand consultancy Interbrand set out to determine with its Breakthrough Brands report–now in its second year–which names 40 companies that it says represent the next generation of brands across a variety of new, emerging, and evolving categories of business.
When Studio-Tag opened in the Plant Building near New York City’s Times Square in April, it introduced a concept for commercial interiors as revolutionary as the tunes that John Lennon and Jimi Hendrix once recorded there. Studio-Tag is a one-stop shop for contract and hospitality interiors — with glass, lighting, flooring, textiles and furniture all in one place. Before it debuted, those products were scattered across Manhattan, and they were hardly curated. Studio-Tag changed all that inside its new 6,200-square-foot studio and gallery.