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STOL /stuːl/ (swe) or STÓŁ [stuw] (pol). Stol is Swedish for chair. Stół is Polish for table. Coincidence? There is no such thing as a coincidence. We have a lot in common when it comes to planning office space. We can say we “fit together”. You will find the portfolio of the Nowy Styl Group, which also features the furniture manufactured by our Kusch+Co brand, quite attractive.
This year, at the SFF, we are going to present the new task chair. We focused on ergonomics and clean lines. We designed it thinking about an egalitarian office, with no divisions with respect to users’ physical characteristics or their position in the company. It is the best match with the eModel desk, which leaves only the absolutely necessary solutions. Pure functionalism.
A major part of our stand has been assigned to our Kusch+Co brand, which has grown to be recognisable in the world of design and architecture. Our experts guarantee top quality and a wide range of functional solutions popular in offices and hundreds of the largest international airports. The whole Kusch+Co portfolio is a response to changes observed in our office environment. The Creva Desk set, with its understated, elegant look and original design, is an excellent combination of workspace and a meeting room. You can choose your favourite sitting position and pick one of the Creva Stool options, or alternatively, a light and stable Arn chair. For those who long for more excitement, even when they are seated, we have designed the Lupino chair. In the meantime, you can relax get comfy on soft, cosy Creva Soft Seatings. A table top hovering high above the floor? This is what 9500 High Table looks and feels like. It was made for informal meetings and conferences.
The choice between stol and stół is less obvious than it would seem, isn’t it? Visit our stand A21:20 at the Stockholm Furniture Fair on 4-8 February.