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One of our favorite modern manufacturers is a company called Six Inch. Founded in Belgium in 2003, this company has been on the leading edge of modern design in not only Europe, but the United States as well., for the past twelve years. Their passion for innovative and exciting design led the firm to create fascinating sculpture-turned-furniture from foam coated molds. The dramatic impact is felt by all who come READ MORE >>
At bauhaus, we work hard AND play hard. Anna Latson put together a fun and tasty event for us last month called “Burgers and Brats”. The whole office came out on a beautiful (albeit windy) Thursday afternoon to socialize, eat, and play games! Everyone contributed to the spread including Meagan’s delicious homemade hand pies! They, along with the main course, were a huge hit! There was always a group gathered READ MORE >>
We are constantly on the lookout for high quality lounge and guest chairs that can appeal to all generations. One manufacturer we keep going back to is David Edward. David Edward is a second generation family owned business that focuses most on seating, occasional tables, and hospitality. Specializing in sustainable and timeless furniture, David Edward provides a wide range of seating solutions that satisfy both a traditional and a modern eye. With factories based READ MORE >>
Here at bauhaus we are asked to provide innovative, fun, and exciting ancillary and lounge pieces for almost every project. While we love our k. lounge and studio pieces from Knoll, we also enjoy working with other vendors like Allermuir. Allermuir is one of our go-to vendors for modern ancillary products. Some of our favorite pieces are held within their extensive range of lounge furniture. Octo is a modular seating system that READ MORE >>
It’s no secret that there are a ton of good furniture companies out there, in fact, we represent most of them! Here at bauhaus, we bleed Knoll, but it doesn’t mean we aren’t afraid of a little friendly competition! In the ever evolving workspace, the size and aesthetic of the stations are changing, but the one constant seems to be the task chair. “The Future of Ergonomic Office Seating” READ MORE >>