Modular Cubes | Immanuel College

Description

Flexible seating for students or staff

Modular and flexible seating for student bar areas, cafes, staff lounges and a wide range of public spaces. The cubes can be linked to form fixed seats or loose modular furniture that can be moved around a room for more casual student areas.

Wipeable vinyl colours

As well as a vast colour choice, the modular cubes are very robust, wipeable and easily maintained making it a good practical and economical choice for modern leisure interiors.

Customisable office furniture

Customise the modular cubes in over 100 colours and choose a fabric, leather, or faux leather finish. The office cubes are shown in a recent project at Immanuel college student common room.

  • 5-year warranty
  • Made in Sweden
  • Modular
  • Bespoke sizes
  • 100’s of colours
  • Fabric, faux leather or leather
  • Logo colour matching
  • Very hard-wearing
  • 2D + 3D CAD models
  • Crib5 fire rated
  • Designed for contract use
  • UK wide delivery + installation
  • Modular Cube catalogue >

Units shown – 82cm cube | corner cube | 38cm round cubes
Seat colourview colours >
Base options – black | chrome | oak | castors
Shown with – Trumpet side table | Ondo chair | X table


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CUSTOMERS LOVE OUR PRODUCTS

“I am really delighted with look, design and quality of the furniture – the room looks fantastic.”

MANCHESTER AIRPORT – Camille Rubin

5 YEAR FURNITURE WARRANTY

SHOWROOM

We show a range of products at our showroom in Brentford. From cafe, canteen, breakout, meeting, desking & reception furniture.

LEASING & FINANCE

Need to spread the cost of your new furniture or combine with current fit-out costs?

CLIENTS

The National Gallery, Merlin Entertainments, Cambridge College, Channel 4, Maritime Museum, Portsmouth Council & Chanel.

We’re operating as normal and our lead times haven’t been affected.

October 2021

Canteen Table Prices

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Price List & Brochure

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