Posts Tagged: KI

KI Europe launches new website with enhanced digital resources

KI’s furniture helps the world’s leading organisations create happy, healthy, high performing working and learning environments for their people. Bringing together good design, advanced engineering and sustainable resources, KI’s products are durable, flexible and offer excellent value. KI Europe’s new website is now live, providing easy access to a wealth of digital resources during the… Read More >

30 April 2020

Take5 lounge seating collection by KI

Inspired by mid-century styling and designed for the workplaces of today, BCFA member KI have launched the new Take5 lounge seating collection… The collection’s single, two- and three-seater sofas with low or high backs are complemented by ottomans, coffee tables and side tables.Take5’s pillowed shapes and curved armrests instantly invite users to feel comfortable and… Read More >

25 July 2018

CITY OF GLASGOW COLLEGE with KI

After supplying their award-winning range of educational seating products to the City of Glasgow College’s Riverside Campus in 2015, KI have now delivered over 6000 KI units to its City Campus. One of Scotland’s largest colleges, the multi award winning City of Glasgow College, has opened the doors to the City Campus completing a £234… Read More >

28 June 2017

KI – Postura+: Introducing Sugar Plum

The UK’s leading school chair, KI’s Postura+, now comes in 16 standard colours with Sugar Plum being the latest addition to the family. This new vibrant colour is available for order immediately in sizes 5 and 6, as well as for task chairs, stools and high chairs. Sugar Plum’s deep shade is a darker purple… Read More >

1 February 2017

Product Watch: Work2 Sit-Stand by KI

Sit-stand workstations are in high demand as the UK catches up with its Scandinavian neighbours in rolling out this new way of working. Research shows that sit-stand workstations and meeting tables can improve productivity and wellbeing, but without proper guidance these potential benefits could be overshadowed by new risks arising from poor posture and excessive… Read More >

18 July 2016