AUBURN, ME – Moser Contract unveils new introductions that add functionality and beauty to workspaces of all kinds. Some have been designed in collaboration with project architects and others in the Thos. Moser shop - each offers an ability to be specified for a number of various project types, whether it is corporate, educational, civic, or hospitality. Due to their ability to adapt, these new introductions are perfectly suited for flexible and different work environments. As stated in the Gensler 2013 Design Forecast “A mobile and collaborative workforce requires new ways to team and connect. Our research shows that as much as 50 percent of the workplace should support collaboration and interaction. All this suggests opportunities for a new generation of products that facilitate the different modes of work that need to coexist in the workspace.”
The Element Collection, designed by the company’s director of design & product development, Adam Rogers, has been expanded to include an Element Credenza with leather-wrapped drawer fronts, and an all-new Element Bookcase, available in in two standard sizes or customizable to suit almost any environment. The Credenza can also multi-task as a filing cabinet, freestanding credenza, desk return, or even as a buffet. All are crafted of solid wood components, utilizing traditional joinery techniques, and adhere to the classically unadorned forms expected from Thos. Moser. Other items in the Collection include a work surface in the form of a desk or table, coffee table, hall table and a bench. The company will be giving away an Element Bookcase to one lucky visitor at NeoCon 2014, being held June 9-11 in Chicago.
The Pacific Chair
Designed to complement and augment the aesthetics of nearly any environment, the Pacific Chair is available in either an upholstered or natural wood seat and comes in an armless task chair version and also as a guest chair with arms. Employing the traditional craftsmanship for which Thos. Moser is known, the Pacific Chair pairs influences from ancient Japanese forms with modern western lines to arrive at a simple, functional form that firmly embraces the Thos. Moser aesthetic. Built of sustainably harvested North American Hardwoods, the Pacific Chair meets the company’s high standards for construction and reinforces over forty years of commitment to a healthy environment. Depending on the wood species selected, the Pacific Chair is available in several finishes, each designed to withstand the rigors of regular use.
See the expanded Element Collection and the guest version of the Pacific Chair at NeoCon - Thos. Moser, Space #7042. To learn more about Moser Contract, visit www.MoserContract.com.
About Moser Contract
Moser Contract is the dedicated team within Thos. Moser which services the design and architectural community focusing on the contract market. Based in Maine, Thos. Moser was founded in 1972 and is 100% American-designed, engineered and built. Formally simple yet sophisticated, Thos. Moser furniture highlights the natural beauty of wood with unembellished, graceful lines and echoes of numerous antique traditions and contemporary influences – ranging from Shaker, Arts & Crafts, Mission, German Bauhaus and Danish Modern. As experts in engineering and building with solid wood, the company draws over 40 years of experience in crafting furniture designed to last a lifetime. A dedication to exquisite design and exceptional craftsmanship is intended to transform a workspace or home into an inspiring environment. Each piece of Thos. Moser furniture uses carefully selected, sustainably harvested American hardwoods obtained within 500 miles of the Maine workshop. For more information, visit www.thosmoser.com or www.mosercontract.com.