Furniture Review Queensbury NY

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Local Companies

Bare Bones
(518) 745-0207
10 Sagamore St
Glens Falls, NY
Livingston Quality Manor
(518) 793-2888
330 Dix Ave
Queensbury, NY
Furniture Gallery North
(518) 743-9088
102 Quaker Rd
Queensbury, NY
Willoughby's
(716) 373-5080
1472 Olean Portville Rd
Portville, NY
Aloft Llc
(212) 868-5760
307 W 38th St
New York, NY
Suttons Furniture
(518) 798 1188
PO Box 4858
Queensbury, NY
Affordable Comfort
(518) 798-6700
46 Collins Dr
Queensbury, NY
Affordable Comfort
(518) 798-6700
46 Collins Dr
Queensbury, NY
Warehouse Mattress & Furniture Inc the
(718) 294-5200
1809 Carter Ave
Bronx, NY
Dream World
(718) 299-1815
720 E Tremont Ave
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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