PLAINFIEL TOWNSHIP, MI - American Seating, a leader in innovative seating solutions for 128 years, is introducing Rely, a new system solution for today’s active learning environments. Boasting an attractive, modern design, Rely consists of highly mobile and easily configurable tables, white boards and lecterns.
MARKETS IT SERVES: Rely is a perfect solution for the higher education market, as well as various contract environments. FUNCTIONALITY/FLEXIBILITY: Rely meets the needs of today’s higher education market through a line of high quality, aesthetically appealing and easily configurable and mobile products. Its technology integration elements and modern design aesthetic can be matched with furniture products such as study carrels, lecterns and marker boards, as well as soft seating and other common area interiors. BENEFITS/FEATURES: The table line in the system includes options for flip and nest storage. A variety of interchangeable options for sizes, mobile/stationary applications, edge profiles, finishes, power/data technology, wire management and modesty panels are available. Die cast feet can be incorporated with either a steel column or aluminum extruded leg to create products in a wide breadth of applications and price points. The products, where applicable, are also ADA compliant. QUALITY/DURABILITY: The product is engineered to meet American Seating’s time-‐tested and rigorous quality standards. Each product in the offering will meet or exceed BIFMA requirements. AESTHETIC/DESIGN STYLE: Products in the line feature contemporary laminates and wood, coupled with molded polyurethane edge profiles and an original foot design. Combined, these design elements contribute to the Rely’s attractive and contemporary style. IMAGES: See attached. Or contact Matt Spaulding at [email protected] or 404-‐ 2701-‐1010 x1. FOR MORE INFORMATION: The Rely will be introduced at this year’s NeoCon June 9-‐11 in Chicago at American Seating’s permanent showroom on the 10th floor, space # 148. The product will be available for shipping in September. More information can be found at www.americanseating.com
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