Benchmark unveils picket workplace household furniture collection
Performing in collaboration with AHEC, Benchmark produced a new collection of picket workplace furniture
Benchmark presents a new sequence of household furniture for the place of work, growing its Victoria business desk into a absolutely-fledged assortment in reliable wooden. Offered throughout Clerkenwell Design and style 7 days 2022 at St James’ Crypt (24-26 May possibly 2022), the exhibition also marks the formal start of Pascal Hien’s Migo stool, initially unveiled as portion of Wallpaper and AHEC’s Uncovered initiative in 2021.
The Victoria collection was born as a reaction to a few vital problems dealing with modern day home furniture makers: transforming workspaces, an urgent need for sustainable and carbon-economical home furnishings manufacturing, and a vital breakdown in hardwood supply throughout Europe. Made of reliable timber, the selection contains a modular workbench system, a folding assembly table, a sit-stand desk (also a wonderful solution if you’re searching for house workplace desks), a credenza, planter and end-of-desk storage, all conceived by Benchmark’s staff with a modern day, dynamic workspace in mind.
Victoria credenza in American purple oak
In certain, the use of all-natural products is a rarity in business household furniture, and the workforce have produced the Victoria selection with the intention of connecting with nature and improving upon temper and wellbeing of customers.
Benchmark labored closely with lengthy-phrase collaborator AHEC, to build the selection from American red oak, a sustainable, renewable timber that can make up around 40% of North America’s hardwood forests nonetheless is mainly underused its use in household furniture manufacturing actively benefits biodiversity. Furthermore, Benchmark also used British ash, another traditionally undervalued timber. The collection’s furnishings is produced from trees felled thanks to ash-dieback, whose wooden can nevertheless be made use of for production therefore unlocking the trees’ carbon storage opportunity.
Victoria Sit-Stand Desk in British-developed ash
Says Benchmark co-founder, Sean Sutcliffe: ‘underpinning rational and adaptable types, the hallmark Benchmark craftsmanship and the stunning good American oak and British ash, is a tale about carbon capture, about the top quality of the air we breathe, about character and biodiversity and about the overall health and wellbeing of those people that use our furnishings.’ §