The DR Collection by Claudio Bellini at NeoCon 2010

At the 2010 NeoCon show in Chicago, the furniture distributor Jofco introduced the DR Collection of office furniture that Italian designer Claudio Bellini has created for the manufacturer Frezza.

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The Pluto Bench by Simon Pengelly at NeoCon 2010

At the 2010 NeoCon show in Chicago, the American furniture manufacturer Leland International introduced the Pluto Bench by British designer Simon Pengelly.

Scaled for one, or a cozy seat for two people, the Pluto Bench is designed to define personal space in public seat environments. The sculptural elliptical form is pleasing to view from any angle and when grouped together, creates intriguing arrangements.

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Node Chair by Steelcase at NeoCon 2010

At the 2010 NeoCon show in Chicago, the furniture manufacturer Steelcase introduced a new classroom seating product called Node.

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The HOKKI Stool from VS America at NeoCon 2010

At the 2010 NeoCon show in Chicago, VS America introduced their HOKKI stool.

HOKKI is a lightweight stackable ergonomic stool with a concave base that allows for movement in all directions. This does not only relax your spine but enables your hips to carry out their natural movement needs. Movement while sitting boosts the blood flow in the body and therefore oxygen supply in the brain. As a result, this activity increases well-being and encourages the physical and intellectual maturing process.

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The Tree Table Collection by April Hannah

American designer April Hannah has introduced a new line of children’s furniture. The Tree Table Collection features playful lines accented by a bold use of color.

All the pieces in the Tree Table Collection are made from FSC certified, formaldehyde-free plywood that uses a soy-based glue; and water-based, non-toxic finishes.

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The Gaudi Chair by Bram Geenen

Dutch designer Bram Geenen has a follow-up piece to the Gaudi Stool that he introduced in 2009, the Gaudi Chair is made by the same principles, but includes a small backrest.

You can watch a short video about the Gaudi Stool – here.

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