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Innovative furniture from Harrows Contract Furniture for hospitality fit-outs

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From breakout areas to staff kitchens and cafés, tables, counters, bar stools and chairs from Harrows Contract Furniture can transform the workplace

Innovative furniture from Harrows Contract Furniture for hospitality fit-outs

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Modern workplaces place a great emphasis on employee wellbeing. Breakout areas and staff cafés encourage social interaction and give workers a chance to relax away from their workstations.

Breakout seating in the new BP Head Office in Auckland, designed by Unispace, was supplied by Harrows Contract Furniture, a company that specialises in the manufacture and supply of furniture for hospitality and public spaces. Unispace also specified furniture from Harrows Contract Furniture for the offices of health insurer Nib, in the Vero Centre, Auckland – as shown on this page.

Harrows director Mark Suckling says the company has a collection of one-off designs, which are manufactured both in Harrow's own factory and overseas. The collection includes New Zealand-made solid timber furniture, and upholstered products.

Harrows is also able to meet individual project specifications and custom demands.

"We work with our clients to create bespoke furniture using our design and manufacturing experience to meet their specific needs," Suckling says. "To complement this, we hold stock of conventional hospitality furniture, so we can offer complete furniture packages for hospitality venues and public spaces."

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Suckling says architects and designers are always looking for furniture with a design edge.

"Choosing New Zealand-made products is also a priority for many companies. And with Harrows able to customise hospitality furniture to fit in with corporate themes, we have all bases covered."

For more information, contact Harrows Contract Furniture, phone 0800 142 233. Alternatively, email: sales@harrows.co.nz. Website:www.harrows.co.nz

First published date: 08 December 2014

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