This manufacturer of technology-equipped
furniture unveiled the TechGuard Charging
Lockers, a line of powered cabinets for storing,
securing, and charging laptops, tablets, and
phones. “Students and professionals typically
carry at least two mobile devices,” said Robert
Gabriel, product specialist. Available in 10-bay
configurations, TechGuard should be able to
accommodate loads of those types—as long as
they wield the accompanying access cards.
At first, the Interiors from Spain booth caught our editors’ eyes in its authenticity—appearing to be a functional
workspace for busy attendees—but upon entering, it was the whimsical nature of their products that was the most
enticing. The U-shaped design featured vignettes actively displaying the ways in which their products mesh to
become active, passive, and outdoor means of transforming the work environment without losing aesthetic appeal.
Coalesse’s showroom is always a must-see at NeoCon, especially over the past few
years as it has served as an important barometer of today’s design climate. With everyone
working all the time, both everywhere and nowhere at all, their special breed of lifestyle
furniture and accessories that transition seamlessly between the office and home are the
perfect secret weapon. And their space at the Mart shows you myriad ways to discharge it.
Their designs are classically chic, ensuring they’ll stand the test of time. Featured here is
the fouronefive_CO table accompanied by sixfivezero_LAM seating.
The Falcon showroom was a virtual flea market of
ideas, and a great example of how to effectively utilize
a smaller footprint. Visitors were treated to a wide
variety of vignettes featuring their education-focused
offerings, from classroom settings to lounge areas and