Furniture Review Bronx NY

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Local Companies

Gothic Furniture Incorporated
(718) 297 1109
148-02 Jamaica Ave
Jamaica, NY
Gothic Cabinet Craft
(718) 863 7440
2157 White Plains Rd
Bronx, NY
Home Decor
(718) 769 7088
3727 Nostrand Ave
Brooklyn, NY
Athens Woodworking Inc
(212) 410 3508
2268 3rd Ave
New York, NY
Brave Space Design
(646) 831-2470
449 Troutman Street Studio 2A
Brooklyn, NY
Lees Discount Dinette
(201) 265 3504
491 N State Rt 17
Paramus, NJ
Gothic Millwork Inc
(973) 621 0600
923 Frelinghuysen Ave
Newark, NJ
Lorraine Furniture
(718) 875 1600
60 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn, NY
RBS Furniture Liquidators
(718) 733 0100
2543 Jerome Ave
Bronx, NY
Romo Furniture
(718) 547 5743
3821 Boston Rd
Bronx, NY
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Source: ARCHITECT Magazine
Publication date: April 15, 2007

By ARCHITECT Staff

1. Merge tables
Allsteel Inc.
www.allsteeloffice.com

  • Three models designed for advanced functionality
  • Power bay stores and provides access to technology tools
  • Adapts to create meeting space and docks level with other surfaces
  • Height-adjustable lift-and-release latch adjusts from sit to stand
  • Exceeds BIFMA standards
  • 2. Currency desking
    Turnstone
    www.turnstonefurniture.com

  • Affordably priced laminate desking solution
  • Aesthetics and surface materials integrate with Kick and Group-work collections
  • Dimensionally compatible with Kick for design flexibility
  • Assembled and knocked-down pieces available
  • Greenguard Indoor Air Quality certified
  • 3. My Studio Environments
    Herman Miller Inc.
    www.hermanmiller.com

  • A private-office feel in a 6- foot-by-8-foot workstation
  • Aisle walls are highest and feature a door for privacy
  • Shorter interior walls for interaction between collaborators
  • Workstation allows workers to face outward
  • Distinct create, display, organize, and filter zones
  • 4. Squig chair
    Keilhauer
    www.keilhauer.com

  • Ergonomically appropriate seating fits men and women
  • The result of seven-plus years of gender-difference research
  • Addresses fatigue-causing static sitting
  • Compensates for individual balance and center of mass
  • Allows full range of upper-body motion
  • 5. Patterns furniture
    Haworth Inc.
    www.haworth.com

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