Heralding the return of in-person affairs, Workspace Commercial Furniture hosted an intimate event to both welcome everyone into its showroom and unveiled its latest product collection, Forza.
Workspace unveiled its revolutionary Forza table, hosting an extravagant grazing table that foregrounded Forza’s capabilities in bountiful terms.
The launch was exclusive to those in the architecture and design community and, with beverages in hand, we learnt the intricate details of the collection from its conception through to fruition.
Workspace’s product development coordinator, Miheer Fyzee, gave attendees a presentation that spoke of the genius behind Forza’s design. “Forza has been designed to coincide Workspace’s recent Elan table range, both utilising the inspiration from an aeroplane wing for the legs,” he says.
Over four metres long and two metres wide, with only four legs, its design mixes minimalism with convenience. The idea was conceptualised to meet the need for large boardroom tables that are unobtrusive yet stylish, with the large table catching every eye.
The modular frame, coming in either timber or steel, with a custom solution top, has over 80 configurations that match any environment. And its presence at the event was sure-fire proof of this. And with polytec’s collaboration, the custom solution top is both lightweight yet strong enough to hold up comfortably with four legs. A charming side story spoke about how the final design was tested by placing a garbage bin on the table, proving its durability.
And with closing remarks by CEO Tom Clark, the successful launch will be a night to remember and an exciting promise of what is to come from Workspace and polytec.
Workspace Commercial Furniture
Edoardo Capriotti Photography
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