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At IIDEX, NeoCon Canada: Global Contract ViceVersa Bridges

IIDEX, NeoCon Canada is the place to be next week for all interior designers, architects, manufacturers, and those related to the design industry. Now in its 24th year, not only is it Canada’s leading exposition but also the ideal platform for eminent and established brands to showcase their diverse repertoire.

Bridges in ViceVersa Series. Manufactured by Global Contract.

Canadian company Global Contract was established in 1993 and since then has been striving to provide an affordable business solution. Their line of systems furniture, wood casegoods, laminate desking, seating, filing etc. all showcase their proclivity towards reimagining the workspace without aligning too much towards the experimental design trajectory. The Bridges is the latest line in the popular ViceVersa Series. Exhibiting at IIDEX, the collection seeks to impart lofty ethics like “Knowledge”, “Ideas”, and “Communication”. Like the name suggests, the new line strives to reduce the chasm between colleagues  (symbolically speaking), exorcise their petty  differences and act as the medium to forge partnerships for achieving the common goal.

The Viceversa Bridges collection is primarily made up of multiple linear workstations with levelers that offer complete customization. Whether you are planning a complete new workspace or want to simply enhance an orchestrated space, you don’t have to look any further. According to Global Contract the tables are available in (HP) high-pressure laminate, (RP) epoxy painted and (G) 1/2” glass (for meeting tables only). Grommets (VVDGRM) are standard on all work surfaces and the HP work surfaces are equipped with 2 custom designed, dual grommets for cable management and task light support eliminating the need for a typical task light base.

Office furniture seldom provides the flexibility and customization that of the level of the Viceversa Bridges collection. The collection encourages a stimulating dialogue between office colleagues, and additionally obliterates all the roadblocks that tend to materialize in any workspace (except 3rings).

Posted September 16th, 2008 by Tanya Palta


  • http://www.designerpages.com Alicita Rodriguez

    An almost idyllic theory of collaborative work, but at least it looks good.

  • http://N/A WALTER L C

    VERY GOOD LOOKING - REFRESHING COLOR PALETTE , VERY WELL THOUGHT ANAMORPHICS , EXCELENT USE OF ERGONOMICS IN DESIGN , CLEVERLY DESIGNED ALL AROUND CONGRATS FOR THAT !! , HOPEFULLY IT CAN BE COSTUMIZED FOR MOST SIZES OF BACKS , AND BE ABLE TO RECLINE TO A COMFY ANGLE DEGREE , IF THE FABRICS FELL AS GOOD AS IT LOOKS AND THE FILLING FOAMS OR MATERIALS ARE SOFT AND BREATHABLE TO THE TOUCHT OF THE SKIN AND BODY , IS A WINNER FOR ME !!!

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