Interior trends 2019: Klöber ConWork in Living Coral
Owingen, May 2019. Living Coral, Pantone’s trend colour for 2019, looks great, with a freshness and intensity that transport us into the vibrant world of nature. This makes it the perfect match for the modern office – and for Klöber’s adaptable ConWork office chair concept.
With Living Coral, the Pantone Color Institute has chosen to honour a true multi-talent this year. Used in design, furnishing or fashion trends, the colour is an absolute hit with the public, and it is a perfect fit for modern colour concepts for start-ups, creative agencies and co-working spaces.
A fashion-conscious statement: tailoring at your desk
So Living Coral is the perfect match for ConWork by Klöber. This task chair features a wide range of colours, materials and options, making it the most adaptable chair ever and allowing complete freedom of design. So it truly is tailoring in the workplace: just like in the world of fashion, Klöber can create exclusive special editions of the chair – customised to suit the user. This means it’s the ideal partner for style-conscious office workers who value their individuality and comfort.
Combined with the fashionable coral colourway, ConWork radiates even more homely warmth – whilst bringing vibrancy into the office. This makes it possible to turn any workplace into a feel-good oasis.
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Constant contact with the pelvis during the entire movement. No "shirtdragging" effect.
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Counter chairs are intended specifically for use at checkouts, at counters and reception desks in the retail and wholesale sectors, airports, info points, hotels hospitals and banks.
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The ecological footprint includes both the recycling rate and an assessment of the energy input.
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