Falcon’s exciting suite of products for this year’s show revolves around a consistent theme: adaptation.
The company’s top design clients confirmed the centrality of the notion, as fluid working styles demand products that support activity. Among the adjectives encountered in the informal survey, Falcon notes “flexible,” “adaptive,” “personalized,” “enterprising,” and “multi-purpose.”
The new products address this theme of fluidity and versatility: Ascent tables enable single-person operation of large tables for impromptu set-up and take down; Wander is a personal work station with a clever cookie shape for long periods of comfortable work; and Sedera is an ultra versatile chair with multiple base options and a vibrant aesthetic.
There’s also the Tufgrain Lounge Chair, a spacious yet lightweight piece with an aluminum frame, high density foam moulded seat, and open back.
The Ascent Series includes Lift, Fold, and Tilting Tables, each with easy-to-access mechanisms for respective lifting, folding, and tilting.
And Wander is great for a mobile, personalized work station. Rolling casters let users find a personalized space and cozy right up to the worktop.