Chatter, designed by 2 x 4, defines space in terms of the digital stream of electronic transmission: e-mail, chat-rooms and instant messaging. The collection includes Pause, Command and Plus.
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We believe good design is good business. Since our founding in 1938, we have been recognized as a design leader worldwide. Our products are exhibited in major art museums worldwide, with more than 30 pieces in the permanent Design Collection of The Museum of Modern Art in New York.
We know that workplace needs change, and so we dedicate ourselves to listening carefully to our customers. We're thinking about the emergence of a new workplace climate, the meaning of new workplace planning models and how ecological principles inform our product designs. Our designers are experts in innovation, offering insight into what's possible in the workplace, now and in the future.
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We operate four manufacturing sites in North America: East Greenville, Pennsylvania; Grand Rapids and Muskegon, Michigan; and Toronto, Ontario. In addition, we have plants in Foligno and Graffignana, Italy. Our commitment to high environmental standards is mandated by a comprehensive Environmental, Health & Safety Management Plan.
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