Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Category Winners

Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Category Winners
Jun 14, 2010 View the winning architectural products, case goods, furniture systems, tables, and more.

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Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_01 Skyline Design Architectural Products Gold Award: Kids Glass by Skyline Design

Skyline Design's newest collection features 11 adaptable patterns with fun, engaging graphics for children and adults. Kids Glass addresses the need for positive distraction within healthcare, education, and museum settings. (Space No. 8-6106) Skyline Design

Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_02 Joel Berman Architectural Products Silver Award: Berman Graphics: Print by Joel Berman Glass Studios

Berman Graphics: Print presents a technique that prints high resolution photographic images and graphic designs directly onto the surface of glass panels by fusing ceramic frit ink to the glass surface for permanency. (Space No. 11-1173) Joel Berman Glass Studios

Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_03 Halcon Casegoods Gold Award: PROXIMUS by HALCON

Inspired to make workwalls that really work, Gary Lee Studios and HALCON deconstruct the basic components of an office and reassemble them for today’s workforce. The result is PROXIMUS.(Space No. 10-44) HALCON


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_04 Tuohy Casegoods Silver Award: Prato Collection by Tuohy Furniture Corporation

Prato offers an advanced offering of modern, modular casegood furniture that addresses multifunctional needs in the workplace, fusing private office and conference dynamics. Minimal forms, exquisite materials, impeccable detailing. (Space No. 1159) Tuohy Furniture Corporation

Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_05 Jofco Casegoods Editors' Choice: DR by Jofco

Designed by Claudio Bellini, DR is derived from the concept of a simple, yet beautiful table. The leg structure is carved entirely from solid walnut wood, and striking material contrasts create a distinctive look. (Space No. 1033) Jofco

 


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_06 Davis Furniture Conference Room Furniture: SITE Collection by Davis Furniture Industries, Inc.

The SITE Collection consists of a family of low, large-scale tables, modular benches, and a configurable storage system. The collection was designed to enable collaborative interations in many different settings. (Space No. 3-115) Davis Furniture Industries, Inc.


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_07 Conference Furniture Silver Award: Linea Conference Series by HBF

Linea is a comprehensive collection of collaborative furniture--tables, credenzas, benches, media walls, carts, lecterns, presentation cabinets--that addresses the requirements for any conferencing environment. (Space No. 387) HBF


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_08 Educational Solutions Gold Award: Dewey 6-Top by Fixtures Furniture from izzy+

The 6-Top is a delightful extension of the Dewey collection for educational solutions. Patterns of collaboration and change found in learning inspire a whimsical gathering place for up to 6 people that earns an A+. (Space No. 1150) izzy+


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_09 Educational Solutions: Sit-Stand Lectern by NOVA Solutions, Inc.

NOVA's Sit-Stand Lectern combines a number of unique features to provide flexibility for presenters--push button height control, locking iMod wire management compartment, CPU compartment, and Visual Display Options.(Space No. 8086) NOVA Solutions, Inc.


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_10 Educational Solutions Innovation Award: node(tm) by Steelcase, Inc.

node(tm) provides a solution for many modes of learning. The node classroom chair from Steelcase Education Solutions, designed for easy mode transitions, offers active learning environments for co-learning, co-creation, and group discussion. (Space No. 300) Steelcase Inc.


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_11 Files and Storage Silver Award: FlexFrame(tm) Workwall by Steelcase

Wall-mounted, frame-based system that can be used in any space plan. FlexFrame “activates” the vertical space for high-performance, tailored applications of storage, information display and technology integration. (Space No. 300) Steelcase Inc.

 


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_12 Furniture Systems Gold Award: CITE by Groupe Lacasse

The CITE freestanding collaborative furniture system is perfect for team-based organizations searching for high-end aesthetics and functionality at a competitive mid-market price point. (Space No. 1042) Groupe Lacasse

 


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_13 Furniture Systems Silver Award: Konstrux by Dauphin

Valo introduces Konstrux, a revolutionary new table and storage system redefining the workplace in not just the environment, but how we actually work–from workstations to training tables, to conference tables, and more. (Space No. 393) Dauphin

 


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_14 Furniture Systems Innovation Award: Antenna Workspaces by Knoll, Inc.

Antenna Workspaces is a new approach to workplace design that supports the freedom and mobility people seek in the office. Desks, tables, screens, and storage combine to transcend the distinction between open and private. (Space No. 1111) Knoll Inc.

Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_15 Furniture Systems: Enhancements Gold Award: Stride Benching by Allsteel

Benching rounds out the Stride platform with enhanced collaboration through seated proximity. Stride features the ability to fill out a floorplan by supporting dedicated user spaces while addressing mobile workers. (Space No. 1120) Allsteel


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_16 Furniture Systems: Enhancements Silver Award: Topo Freestanding Collection by Coalesse

With a new series of freestanding components, the award-winning Topo Collection remains uniquely clean-lined and easy-to-install, while providing designers with a fresh pallet of space-conserving options. (Space No. 1032) Coalesse


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_17 Tables: Occasional Gold Award: Curio Tables by Bernhardt Design

Crafted in solid walnut or maple, Curio is a collection of occasional tables available in a variety of sizes and configurations. (Space No. 399) Bernhardt Design


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_18 Tables: Occasional Silver Award: Talis by Nucraft

Whether grouped together or specified as standalone pieces, Talis offers a juxtaposition in scale, from thick materials to thin, and finishes, from gloss to matte, to create a luxurious statement in any setting. (Space No. 1166) Nucraft


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_19 Tables: Occasional Innovation Award: SW_1 by Coalesse

SW_1 is a collection of collaborative height and traditional occasional tables that support the social and collaborative activities frequently occuring during the knowledge creation process.(Space No. 1032) Coalesse


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_20 Tables: Training Gold Award: Fleet by Nucraft

Whether spec’d as the mobile version with pivoting top for densely-packed environments, or for a more permanent configuration using elegant materials, Fleet tables deliver high function in a clean aesthetic. (Space No. 1166) Nucraft


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_21 Tables: Training Silver Award: Mingle by SurfaceWorks

Mingle, a conferencing table designed around teleconferencing, small group collaboration, learning, and brainstorming, allows for two separate meetings at once, as it supports a 27-in. by 60-in. screen and opposite-side whiteboard. (Space No. 6098) SurfaceWorks


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_22 Walls: Movable Gold Winner: Enclose Frameless Glass by Haworth

Enclose Frameless Glass adds butt-jointed glass capability to Haworth’s Enclose movable walls. Applications include office storefronts, conference spaces, and iconic presentation areas seeking maximum visual transparency. (Space No. 312) Haworth


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_23 Walls: Movable Silver Award: ALUR Walls by MAiSPACE, Inc.

The ALUR wall system represents the next generation in moveable walls. (Space No. 1056A) MAiSPACE, Inc.


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_24 Worksurfaces: Height-Adjustable Gold Award: Wing-It by SurfaceWorks

Wing-It is a personal, mobile, workstation that is available in height-adjustable format, with lever or push-button and fixed height. Wing-It, accommodating either a CPU or laptop version, features a durable urethane flex edge. (Space No. 6098) SurfaceWorks


Best of NeoCon 2010 Awards: Furniture Categories Winners_25 Worksurfaces: Height-Adjustable Silver Award: Stride Height-Adjustable Worksurface by Allsteel

With an innovative user-adjustable mechanism, this ingenious apparatus allows the user to easily raise or lower the worksurface in a straight, vertical line without requiring a heavy base or supports that obstruct legroom. (Space No. 1120) Allsteel