Seeking a fresher furniture for its education center, JetBlue worked with TMC Furniture to customize its stackable Flick line of seating. The ability to customize furniture with an on-demand manufacturing model is part of the Ann Arbor, Michigan, furniture firm's business model.
JetBlue wanted furniture that would promote its brand in their corporate cafeteria. They developed an airplane design and combined it with the TMC's line of Flick chairs and tables. "Overall the look is fresh and tastefully personalizes JetBlue," says TMC.
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The Flick chair are modern and simple: a steel rod sled base supports a sleek molded maple plywood shell. Six different back options, as well as custom designed perimeters are available along with a wide variety of cut-out options.
The standard base finish may be specified as black, white, or chrome, or selected from any of TMC's semi-custom powder coat colors. Stackable, the Flick is aimed at use in cafeterias, schools, universities, libraries, and offices. Bar stool, counter stool, task, and upholstered seat pad versions are also available, in addition to a chair dolly.
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