Composite wood ceiling mimics the look of solid wood.
These versatile chairs stack, are lightweight, and are suitable for a lot of commercial settings.
This architectural stone veneer offers a contemporary take on the traditional fireplace.
Tongue-and-groove panels recycled from leather refuse, mounted on a high-density core.
A multidimensional wall treatment that now comes in modular kits.
A modular carpet collection for commercial interiors from this Mohawk Group brand.
Decorative hardware based on simple shapes with designer touches.
Three new designs for this line of polyurethane upholstery: Bardot, Hepburn, and Monroe.
This line of chairs combines the silhouettes from three of the best known modern chairs.
Created by Shigeru Ban, this modular system is based on L-shaped units that can make a chair, bench, or table.
This wallcovering has a tropical texture inspires by stone, beads, and natural reeds.
Translucent resin material is LEED certified and comes in more than 10,000 colors.
A vertical surfacing solution made from ceramic microspheres in a polymer matrix.
Ergonomic while sitting or standing, the wheeled cart for a computer allows quick and easy adjustments.
A desking paneling product that routes power out of sight to create a clean aesthetic.
Four patterns of woven carpeting from the Mohawk Group, based on New York City.
High-performance upholstery made from 100 percent recycled content.
Crystallized porcelain stoneware tile with three-dimensional properties.
A modern interpretation of the club chair by EOOS and Walter Knoll.
Commercial modular carpets in three patterns from the Mohawk Group.
This line of upholstery fabrics are suitable for healthcare, hospitality, and other commercial applications.
A track systems that can handle large, heavy individual sliding doors, and can be placed side-by-side.
A one-sided station addition to its "Hum. Minds at Work." line forms walkways between workstations.
These textured wall panels with a three-dimensional look are cost-effective.
This wallcovering has vertical lines that are meant to recall scenic landscapes.
Suspended ceiling panels absorb sound and are made mostly of recycled content.
New kitchen fronts add more color to a kitchen without being too loud.
A reinvention of the 369 chair originally designed by the Walter Knoll team.
This new line of office furniture from Steelcase remind users of their favorite indoor and outdoor spaces.
Eight new designs for commercial-grade high-laminate flooring based on urban and global designs.
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