This year will mark many firsts for us. Most recently, our first NeoCon attended as the newly assembled Tom McCarthy Associates. For most of our team, this was not their first trip to the Mart, but it was the first time we’ve been able to celebrate and support our partners at the commercial interiors industry’s most important annual event. And although we’re back to work, we’re still riding the highs of our partner accomplishments and new product introductions that will strengthen our offerings in second and third spaces, and continued commitment to creating healthy environments.
izzy+ had lots to be proud of as izzy introduced Sylvi – a modular lounge collection (available Fall 2015) – garnering a 2015 Best of NeoCon Gold in the Lounge Furniture Collections category. And Harter’s much-loved Penny table gets an upgrade to an adjustable-height version.
There was an impressive combination of product refinements and new introductions from our friends at Leland International. Now available, the sophisticated Niche occasional table, the sleek and elegant Fly table, and the sculpted Swing chair for conference and guest applications. Leland hit another home run with the popular Slam chair, introducing a wooden leg version (available Fall 2015) and improvements to the Ebb Mobile pedestal.
See more of these products on our Leland partner page.
And when it comes to creating healthy environments our partners at ISE have managed to make great products even better by designing a benching capability with their RISE sit-to-stand series and a new Line-of-Sight Design Series’ designed by Mark Muller.
See more of these new introductions on our ISE partner page.
Last, but not least, ISE introduced their RISE Life app. With the RISE Life app, ISE’s height adjustable tables can track calorie usage and suggest changes of position to promote healthy working. Even more powerful, RISE Life automatically turns off computer monitors and LED task lights when the user departs for the day. In hot- desking environments, users can choose their desks through the app, with their exact settings pre-programmed into their chosen table.
Not bad for our “first” NeoCon, right?