Inspired by the simple act of transforming the two dimensional into three dimensional form, Fold is designed to create a strong visual presence in the modern environment. Initially conceived by the designer from one piece of paper, the composition is derived from a series of thin planes that come together to form a cradle that holds soft cushions within. The bent, angular metal base reinforces this idea of sculptural transformation.  in 2014 Fold received a Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum.  Fold Collection at
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 The Graham Collection celebrates the spirit and beauty of wood and its natural place in the modern private office. Simple forms and horizontal lines create an aesthetic of functional elegance. Planning issues are resolved by a variety of storage configurations with low and full-height horizon overheads, freestanding and wall-hung credenzas, peninsula desks and freestanding desks.   The Graham collection is manufactured using clean technologies, including VOC-free wood stains and materials with recycled content. Available with wood certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), The Graham Collection can contribute to LEED® certification. Brian Graham for Knoll.  The Graham Collection at
 Advocate’s taut geometry is rooted in mid-20 th century Danish design, placing the emphasis on simplicity and structure with an angled seat back that extends to elegantly tapered legs. Brian Graham for Geiger International.  Advocate at
 The Ratio table reinvents the classic farm table in modern form, accommodating purpose and function in a straightforward manner that makes clear the merits of decorum, the value of fine materials and the enduring value of the table as a place to gather, connect and celebrate. “An elegant table,” says Graham, “is a tangible presence, a surface and a site that invites us to participate, to converse, to exchange ideas and form alliances. It is an icon of transaction and esprit de corps.” Robust yet refined, the beauty of this simple table is testament to the craftsmanship and veneer artistry of Decca Contract.  Ratio at
 Drawing inspiration from the structures of the modern built environment, Span is a simple platform designed to support a broad range of functional elements including seating, storage or a tabletop. The platform is anchored by a welded stainless steel base composed of refined forms with architectural reference points. As a basis for seating, Span emphasizes the contrast of soft and hard, of tailored cushions resting on a bridge of steel. However deployed, the design makes reference to classic architectural features—and the dialogue between the support and the supported—in a distinctly modern manner.  Span Collection at
 Addressing the nature of the modern work culture, Reveal creates a comfortable, natural place for conversation and the lively exchange of ideas and information. Variations in height balance privacy and accessibility. The Reveal collection includes benches, lounge seating and banquettes, as well as an array of fixed and freestanding elements to support personal technology and reference materials.  Reveal Collection at
 The Braemar chair echoes the style of modernists who created a sense of luxury and seductive comfort, without relaxing ideals of simplicity and practicality. Neatly tailored, the chair has a deeper, wider seat elevated on slender chrome legs to give prominence to line and proportion. The collection’s table offering presents a range of sizes to accommodate any need, with materials simply rendered and impeccably detailed. Brian Graham for Martin Brattrud.  Braemar Collection at
 Inspired by the functionalist vision of the modern masters, Reff Profiles delivers a progressive and architectural design solution for private offices, administrative areas and open plan environments.  Building on the Reff tradition of high-quality wood casegoods, Reff Profiles offers broadened aesthetic options and increased design flexibility, with components ranging from grounded work walls to freestanding desks and tables to support different applications, aesthetics and budgets. From the corner office in floor-to-ceiling walnut, to the fast-paced team space in glass and aluminum, Reff Profiles delivers.  Reff Profiles on
 Dialogue™ Conference was conceived as a collection of individual pieces designed through form and function to complement Decca Contract’s various casegood lines. Incorporating a wide variety of components, each design leverages Decca's fluency in architectural grade finishes and materials.  Dialogue at
 City Hall reveals the influence of early 20th century European modernists with crisp lines softened by curves supporting the sitter’s back. Brian Graham for Geiger International.  City Hall at
 A collection of tables, storage and related media support for the changing office landscape. Conceived as elegant equipment for the training and learning environments, the collection broadened to include solutions for the open office.  With Brian Kane and Mark Kapka.