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Executive Office Furniture

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Ed355, Nov 26, 2008.

  1. Ed355

    Ed355 Senior member

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    I am looking for recommendations for high-end executive office furniture (desk, chair and perhaps drawer units). Must be able to view the items online. Thanks.
     
  2. crazyquik

    crazyquik Senior member

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    I hear Lehman Bros might have some good offerings [​IMG]
     
  3. jsherman02

    jsherman02 Senior member

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    Try Herman Miller's site or even Knol's. What are you looking for exactly?
     
  4. Ed355

    Ed355 Senior member

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    Try Herman Miller's site or even Knol's. What are you looking for exactly?

    Thanks. Furniture for an executive office - a big desk, a few armchairs, and possibly some storage units.
     
  5. SField

    SField Senior member

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    I would recommend the Aereon chair for starters. Other than that, what is the desired aesthetic? Do you want a sort of English library, or do you want one of those typical Herman Miller offices with MvR and Eames everywhere?
     
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    Whatever you settle on, making cupping a corporate policy.
     
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    Bestof1979 New Member

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    I am in the corporate facilities management business and have had good experiences with Teknion and Haworth systems furniture and executive furniture. I am not certain if you are looking for something for a home office or your place of business though. Check out both vendors at the following;

    http://www.teknion.com/
    http://www.haworth.com/Brix?pageID=1

    Let me know if I can help.
     
  9. montyharding

    montyharding Senior member

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    I would recommend the Aereon chair for starters. Other than that, what is the desired aesthetic? Do you want a sort of English library, or do you want one of those typical Herman Miller offices with MvR and Eames everywhere?

    I've bought at home/work (I run my own business) a number of Aerons but primarily their advantage seems to be that you can break wind in them without it collecting on the cushion [​IMG] I prefer Izzy HAG chairs which seem to do a better job for me. I replaced my Aerons for these.

    I hate to seem to threadcrap, but does anyone have any recommendations for a reasonably priced desking system which looks good, which is also available in the UK? I'm looking to refresh my home office with a desk combo inside a 3m x 3m (10ft x 10ft) area. While I am quite fussy about where my butt goes, I'm not overtly fussy about where I stick my stuff on - although I do buy for the most part Ahrend (another suggestion for the original poster) for work, I don't think I need that level of versatility or utility at home. I was thinking of IKEA's Galant series but I figured I might want to go better quality than that.
     

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