Innovative UK manufacturer Burgess is redefining hospitality space with a new range of furniture that is instantly and infinitely flexible to guest needs, and features integrated connectivity for client convenience.
The new Smart Qube range can be quickly reconfigured from formal business seating to a relaxed leisure zone in just a few zips; whilst the new multifunctional Junea chair collection combines exceptional comfort with contemporary style, offering superior seating for all spaces.
Ashley Taylor, General Manager at Burgess Furniture, says:
“Flexibility of space is key in hospitality when you’re satisfying multiple end users, and with our new Smart Qube and Junea ranges, the concept of furniture defining a space is more apparent than ever. Through our versatile solutions we’re giving guests and clients the ultimate freedom to make a space truly work for them.”
The new Smart Qube range is a revolution in adaptable seating. The innovative, compact cubes can be effortlessly moved and redesigned, by simply connecting the zips for quick and easy space changes.
Lightweight to manoeuvre, Smart Qube allows guests to create their own unique personal interactive space, with optional contactless charging and USB ports.
Seating includes a stool, bench, table and raised table, all with elevated feet enhancing the sense of space, supplied in a choice of modern and durable fabrics for customised cohesive schemes. And a choice of dual colours extends the offering even further.
For stand-alone statement seating, the new Junea chair collection adds a stunning contoured aesthetic. Offering generously proportioned comfort thanks to its structured frame, Junea is as at home in a bedroom as a meeting room with a choice of six bases and a multitude of colour options.
Ashley adds: “We’re proud to continue our long history of product innovation for the hospitality sector with these new ranges. As guest and client needs change so do we, creating bespoke design solutions that combine all-day comfort and on-trend style with British craftsmanship.”