Tuohy introduced several new products at NeoCon 2018 in Chicago.
The Danza Collection is an advanced offering of modern, modular case good furniture that addresses multi-functional needs in the workplace, fusing open-plan, private office and conference dynamics through minimal forms, exquisite materials, and impeccable detailing. Danza consolidates the leading features used in contemporary workplace planning and delivers them in a disciplined, value-driven program.
Danza’s interchangeability of components across various workplace levels preserves continuity of design and efficient asset management for owners.
Table-benches, two conference table collections, a lounge furniture collection with companion occasional tables, and a guest chair represent the portfolio of new products introduced by TUOHY at the NeoCon trade fair. The products strike a balance between iconic, brand-building design, and TUOHY’s ability to bring value to a competitive project.
The Bau Table, designed by John Nelson, features a metal blade slicing through a cantilevered top and mitered end panel. The table is also available as a bench with optional seat pads and fixed mounting. The bench is well suited for public spaces, atria, and lobbies where fixed placement is desired.
The Duende Table (below), by METRICA, features formed aluminum bases and an engineered top core that facilitates long, open expanses and myriad materials.
The Rhoi Collection, designed by Fig40 of Toronto, is a comprehensive collection of approachable work tables. The splayed leg and apron-level sub-top structure, support mixed materials and open top spans.
The Ren Collection (below), from II BY IV DESIGN, is defined by its undulating curves which suit myriad postures and work styles and is suited for commercial offices, hospitality and residential spaces.
John Nelson extended his Genevieve family of seating and table products to include the Genevieve Guest Chair, which uses a metal frame, inset into the upholstered body.