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- 3D Consultancy Tool for Architects and Planners
Customers want customized solutions – across all industries. With possibility more…
posted on September 21, 2017
- Virtual Reality Showcase
If you believe the data from the U.S. market research more…
posted on September 19, 2017
- On and Offline with Alias Configurable Data – Now Available in the pCon.catalog
Working environments, employee needs, communication methods – all have evolved more…
posted on October 12, 2017
- Store Window Design – Convincing Peeks Inside Shopping Worlds
A shop window is able to achieve a lot. More more…
posted on October 5, 2017
- Digital Interior Day – Innovation Conference of the Home & Living Industry
Innovation warranty and feel-good spot: the home and living industry more…
posted on September 28, 2017
- How to solve display and performance problems in pCon.planner
The pCon.planner as a 3D application needs appropriate resources to more…
posted on December 12, 2017
- Office trends – initiated and admired by millennials
With the new era joining the workforce (and smoothly dominating more…
posted on December 5, 2017
- Planning Room Acoustics with pCon and CadnaR
The noise level too high, speech intelligibility too low – more…
posted on November 29, 2017
- More depth in your planning – That’s how it works
Materials are the key… for an appealing, realistic and vivid more…
posted on November 21, 2017
- Color for Your Conference Rooms: roomours Presentation Tools
Independent designs with humorous names: Munich based roomours brings color more…
posted on November 16, 2017
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Wherever complex product knowledge is concerned, the right amount of detail and focus is also required. After all, those who have access to sophisticated planning solutions during their presentation, rather than individual products, will reach their customer solution goal that much faster. Thanks to the new exchange format (PEC), planning solutions can be transferred from pCon.planner into the pCon.box – and therefore directly to the point of sale – and further edited. more…
We don’t often put too much thought into the furniture we use – a chair or sofa, desk or storage. Yet these pieces often define the environment we work in. The impact the furniture has on our health or the feel a design gives a room, furniture can have an enormous impact on our productivity and mood. For Nurus, these elements are taken into account for every piece of furniture they create. From adaptable geometric forms to fun pops of color, the Turkish manufacturer most certainly stands out from the rest.
Living is experiencing. We experience things by seeing, feeling and hearing. How we experience our environment consequently has a major impact on our life. With a wide range of innovative products, Nyink makes a positive contribution to the way in which we experience our environment.
The NEN chair from Sellex in the Scottish Parliament. Image source: Sellex
If benches could talk, those from Sellex would have quite a few stories to tell. From the lobby of London’s City Hall and the Scottish Parliament to the world’s largest mall in Dubai, the Spanish furniture manufacturer holds quite the resume for design integration.
Image courtesy of: Herman Miller
We spend the majority of our work day sitting. Can you imagine the impact those 6 to 8 hours have on your body? Office furniture manufacturers are well aware of the risks and are constantly working to improve and implement ergonomic and creative solutions that can proactively combat this issue. This includes furniture manufacturer Herman Miller. The firm’s sit-stand Ratio Series, for example, which works to encourage workplace activity and combat long-periods of sitting, is one of many examples of creative and effective ergonomic design.
Image courtesy of Koleksiyoninternational.com
In the furniture sector, it’s all about pushing forward – utilizing the latest technologies to create high-quality and ergonomic designs, pushing the boundaries of design and aesthetics, implementing the most environmentally-friendly practices available. At the same time, it’s important for manufacturers to look back, ensuring that they don’t lose those characteristics and classic elements that make designs timeless. Koleksiyon is the ideal example of such a dichotomy.
For many years, pCon.update has been used successfully as a service for distributing OFML product data and has established itself in the office and contract furniture market as a standard. Manufacturers and retailers benefit from its efficient data distribution, growing circle of users and the easy access to OFML data provided by the service. The greater success places greater demands on pCon.update and the latest revisions and upgrades to the web portal have now addressed these requirements.
The new version 1.8 of pCon.update DataClient is going to be available from the beginning of December. It is coming with a series of improvements.