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Monday Thought Starters

Rendering is an act of interpretation, rendition, or depiction of beautiful office furniture in the workplace (at least that is our definition). Our talented Workplace Design Team here at Waldner's produce stunning, detailed and precise renderings for clients -- giving them the full picture of what their workplace can resemble.

Waldner’s Workplace Deign Specifier – Danielle DePrima brings us this weeks Monday Thought Starter. This small rendering is a depiction of a waiting room for Stony Brook Hospital. It was to show the client what their more private family waiting rooms would look similar to.

In this rendering you will find Lowenstein seating.

 

 

Favorite Furniture Friday – Nicole

We’ve challenged Waldner's employees to pick just one piece of furniture as their favorite. In the following Fridays, we’ll reveal their choices to you!

Nicole Hall is a Design Team Leader at Waldners. Nicole’s favorite piece of furniture is the Less than 5 Chair by Steelcase. This chair is available in six different standard finished and can be stacked up to four chairs high for convenient storage. Nicole likes this chair because you can put your own stamp on this solution like the Waldner’s logo. She also loves it because it weighs less than 5 lbs and can come in an ombre finish.

Monday Thought Starters

Rendering is an act of interpretation, rendition, or depiction of beautiful office furniture in the workplace (at least that is our definition). Our talented Workplace Design Team here at Waldner's produce stunning, detailed and precise renderings for clients -- giving them the full picture of what their workplace can resemble.

Take this aesthetically pleasing rendering done by Nicole Hall, Workplace Design Team Leader. Just think, this could be your workplace.

Products found in this rendering:

Favorite Furniture Friday – Matt

We’ve challenged Waldner’s employees to pick just one piece of furniture as their favorite. In the following Fridays, we’ll reveal their choices to you!

This Friday we bring you our Sales Executive, Matt Poveromo – Matt’s favorite piece of furniture is the Steelcase Thread. He really enjoys this piece because it brings “power” and productivity to his day. Without it, he would be “dead” / shut off from the world of furniture…

A Breakthrough in Seating Design: SILQ

A Breakthrough in Seating Design

SILQ

Innovation. Redefined.

Available now from Steelcase

 

A breakthrough that transforms seating design

 

Designed by a small team of engineers and artists led by James Ludwig, the brand new SILQ from Steelcase is here to usher in a new era in office furniture. Deceptively simple, with none of the awkward and complicated mechanisms of other leading office chairs, but still intuitively responsive and inviting to the human form.  Made from cutting edge, specially developed materials, the SILQ is more organism than machine, delivering a personal experience that responds to the unique movements of every individual body. Learn more  here about how SILQ is designed for the way we work today.

 

 

“This element of SILQ’s design gestures toward a shift in thinking about how our spaces should behave. Instead of adjusting endless dials and buttons to achieve a personalized environment that works perfectly for us, we want the room to know us already.”
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Read more about an outsider’s perspective on SILQ’s design philosophy in “Steelcase’s SILQ is the Office Chair of the Future” from FastCo.Design.

 

 

After envisioning a new kind of chair for the office, James Ludwig, vice president of Global Design & Engineering for Steelcase, revealed SILQ in front of a New York audience and simultaneous live streams around the world.

Watch the exciting presentation for yourself below:

 

 

“Tesla changed how we drive. Apple changed how we listen to music. Now, Steelcase is introducing SILQ, an innovation in materials science will change how we sit. “

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Click here to learn more about the story behind the breakthrough in this Q&A with lead designer James Ludwig.

 

Ludwig’s small team of designers and engineers who created SILQ. (L to R: Mark Spoelhof, Bruce Smith, James Ludwig, Kurt Heidmann and Nick Deevers)

 

Available in a number of different configuration specifications and a nearly endless variety of colors and designs enabled by DesignTex digital printing technology. Never before has a “simple” office chair offered itself as such an unlimited artistic canvas; the unmatched range of material combinations allows for unprecedented aesthetic freedom and unrivaled potential for a synergistic expression of brand and beauty.

Get a peek at some of the exciting possibilities here.

And don’t forget– we’re always reachable at Info@waldners.com and would love to answer any questions you may have!