Tryg Tables have won Interior Design magazine's 2016 Best of Year Award for the conference table product category. The award, announced by Interior Design as part of its Best of Year ceremonies in New York in early December, is the one of the highest recognitions in North America for product design.
The industry is "reasonably healthy," said Dan Tuohy, past president of the Business & Institutional Furniture Manufacturers Association and chief executive officer of Tuohy Furniture in Chatfield, Minn.
"We are experiencing our sixth to seventh year of modest recovery following the 2008-2009 [downturn] and companies continue to grow."
BIFMA, the voice of the commercial furniture industry, forecasts lower single-digit growth in 2016 and slight improvement next year.--Excerpted from surfaceandpanel.com.
Tryg offers both artful and practical solutions for collaboration, private and open conferencing, boardroom, and private office. The angularity of the base elements also convey a sense of lightness of scale yet provide for full floor access of power and data.
Choose top materials from any of the world's finest hardwoods, stone, quartz, glass and faux-leather. Full page ads (see nearby image) are running in design publications nationally. Please see Tryg Tables online for a full array of images, brochures, spec tools and pricing.
Plumstead, of McCarty Quinn Design Studio, Saint Paul, has designed Leit System as a robust and comprehensive modular collection of seating, work surfaces, and privacy panels. The product launched at NeoCon 2016, Chicago, and is in production.
Go to Leit System online.
The 902 design project set out to create a more pure form, one that contains classic ergonomic dimensions and materials inside, preserving an understated elegance in its visible, outward presentation. The chair is available in two back heights, three arm configurations and two base formats.
Introduced at NeoCon 2016, the products can be seen online at 902 Chair.