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TWIST is light appearance does not affect its surprisingly robust structure. Twist has been designed with a unique connecting system. Twist Spine has evolved from the traditional office with its organic structure and unique aesthetic. Twist video conference offers a digital meeting point.

Office workers often sit more than 10 hours a day. Sitting has become part of our modern lifestyle an that is not a healthy development. This increase in sitting hours means that there is a greater risk of serious health problems, depression and even certain forms of cancer. Markant won’t just take this sitting down!

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Human Scale’s award-winning office solutions inspire movement and support the user in their every posture. Human Scale believes that the highest level of functionality is achieved through simplicity.


“ is a fantastic furniture specialist. The team really provide the next level a quality, service and attention to detail as well as offering a full suite of high-quality pieces and solutions. The projects we completed with them were on time and well priced. I look forward to using them on the next one. Highly recommended.”


David Jeavons | Project Manager
Dymocks | Potentia Learning


For over 15 years our experienced staff have helped create energising workspaces that increase the health and productivity of staff.

Our well thought office solutions energise interaction, collaboration and staff creativity, making your employees more energetic, productive and ultimately loyal. supply and install great furniture. We excel in design and in the delivery of office space planning & project management services Australia wide, in all major cities and regional areas, with installation teams in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra, Perth.

For more than a decade and a half, our seasoned team has been instrumental in crafting vibrant work environments that enhance employee health and efficiency.

Our meticulously designed office solutions stimulate engagement, teamwork, and creativity among staff, leading to a workforce that is not only more dynamic and productive but also more committed. is a trusted provider of high-quality furniture. We take pride in our expertise in design and our proficiency in delivering comprehensive office space planning & project management services across Australia, covering all major cities and regional areas, with dedicated installation teams in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra, Perth.

Imagine if someone suggested that the expansion of your business is directly linked to your investment in one crucial area.

You might speculate that this area pertains to human resources, technology, or even real estate. However, these are the typical responses from driven entrepreneurs.

Does fulfilling your requirements in these three sectors mean you’ve completed your investment journey? Far from it. In reality, you’re overlooking a vital element – office furniture.

The truth is, many of us in business management don’t place a high priority on understanding more about office furniture. Our focus tends to be on financial reports and marketing strategies.

However, it’s important to acknowledge that our colleagues rely heavily on office furniture. Furniture is an unspoken tool that’s used daily but seldom recognised as a significant business component.

This mindset is shifting. The more you delve into the practices of the world’s most successful companies – Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, and even Atlassian – the more you’ll notice a common thread.

They all place a strong emphasis on work culture, and office furniture plays a key role in this.

By investing in the right furniture, your business too can soar to new heights. Does that sound far-fetched? It’s time to reconsider. It’s not.

Furniture improves the workplace experience for your employees and visitors. Office furniture aids your employees in maximising productivity. It demonstrates to your visitors that your business is thriving. So, it’s evident – those who grasp the intricate process of assembling the right furniture will have a significant advantage.

So, how do you ensure you’re selecting the right office furniture? Like all complex issues, break it down into smaller parts.

Focus on five key areas – workstations & desks, chairs, storage, pods, and reception area. Let’s delve deeper into each of these.

Office Workstations and Desks

Office workstations are often the most crucial aspect of office furniture. Some individuals still favour traditional office desks over workstations.

The most significant advancements in office furniture have occurred in the realm of desks and workstations.

In recent years, as employees have become more health-conscious and employers more cost-conscious, desks and workstations have evolved to meet these changing needs.

There are several types of desks and workstations you should be aware of:

4-Person Office Workstation: The rise in popularity of 2-person and 4-person office workstations has had a significant impact on workstations and desks.

Previously, office spaces were designed around cubicles, cabins, and individual spaces. However, office managers soon had a revelation.

The fundamental needs of all employees are similar. Moreover, cubicles and cabins take up a lot of space. As a result, they embraced the concept of multi-person office workstations.

The concept is straightforward yet effective. Instead of planning for each table individually, you begin planning in terms of pairs. The design can be adjusted based on the available space.


Sit-Stand Desks and Workstations: Prior to the millennial generation joining the Australian corporate world, one trend had already emerged.

This trend was the growing consciousness among Australian employees that sitting at their desks all day was not conducive to a healthy lifestyle.

As more research was conducted, it became clear that remaining stationary, even for work, was a detrimental habit.

Necessity is the mother of invention. So, when the need arose, so did the invention. Suddenly, sit-stand desks became more prevalent than ever before.

These desks allow users to adjust the height to a level where they can continue to use it while standing.

Now, individuals can achieve the same amount of work while burning more calories, thus maintaining better fitness levels.

Meeting Tables and Boardroom Tables: One piece of furniture that has seen subtle changes is the meeting table. These are elongated tables designated for meeting rooms and boardrooms.

Typically, these tables were constructed from high-quality wood and featured minimalist designs.

Even though they were situated in rooms where critical decisions were made, they played little role in facilitating the decision-making process.

That began to change as companies started using the same rooms for training and in-house conferences. The demands on these basic tables increased.

Soon, we began to see tables with similar designs but more ergonomic features and accessories necessary for conference calls and cable connections.

In parallel, HR managers realised that they might need different table designs for training sessions. Consequently, the basic shapes of tables began to evolve.

What was once a rectangular block is now available in oval and pentagonal shapes.

Café Tables: Finally, as office spaces have expanded, an increasing number of employees are expecting a cafeteria or lunchroom within the office.

If you plan to include one in your office, you will need to actively source the right café tables. These are tables specifically designed for cafés.

They are compact, robust, and designed for comfort. They are typically made from materials that are resistant to water and heat damage.

The common theme across all these desk categories is the need to clearly understand the use case for each. Therefore, the focus should be on functionality rather than aesthetics.

Office Storage

It might seem like an antiquated concept. But the more offices you visit, the more you’ll notice that most of them still use a significant amount of paper.

Most legal paperwork is completed on physical paper. Beyond this, printed illustrations are often easier for providing feedback and explaining abstract concepts.

Thus, one thing is clear – businesses of all sizes and scales require office storage units. The primary benefit of all storage units is the same – they help you stay organised and keep documents/objects accessible.

The main area where different storage units vary is the constraints they can accommodate. Depending on the various challenges you are facing in your office, you can use these:

Want to provide your employees with personal storage space close to their workstations? Use mobile pedestals. Are you working with limited real estate but need a cupboard for storing items? Use credenzas or tambour units.

They have sliding or rolling doors, which take up half the space compared to more traditional storage units.

Want to keep things organised in a communal space? Use filing cabinets and cupboards. They are based on the same old concepts but are effective for storing things in an organised manner.

Office Chairs

If desks and workstations influence the immediate productivity of your employees, chairs and seating will have a lasting impact.

Your colleagues will spend a significant portion of their workday on their chairs. However, employee chairs aren’t the only ones you’ll need in the office.

There are several options to consider, each with a unique use case:

Visitor Chairs: These chairs are placed in the reception area or waiting lounge. They should align with your office’s colour scheme.

They need to be comfortable, but you don’t need to overspend on the most comfortable options that could strain your budget.

The rationale behind this is that visitors will only use these chairs for a short period each day. Therefore, there’s no need to invest extra money in them.

Additionally, couches are available for those who may require extra comfort.

Executive Chairs: These chairs are designated for the offices of top executives. These chairs should epitomise comfort.

The decisions made by your top executives will affect your business’s top and bottom lines. Therefore, you should take every possible measure to reduce their stress levels.

Heavy-Duty Chairs: These chairs are used for extended periods in high-stress areas, typically in IT rooms and security rooms.

They have ample cushioning to support the back and are made of durable materials that resist frequent wear and tear.

Beyond these chairs, you always have the option to choose mesh chairs that are used for common workspace areas. In terms of design, always focus on ergonomic office chairs.

Reception Area Furniture

One of the most critical and often overlooked areas of office furniture is the reception area furniture.

Reception area furniture typically includes reception units, office lounges for the waiting area, and lockers for visitors.

The reception desk should ideally reflect your corporate brand and support devices like a computer, announcer, fingerprint scanner, and charging points.

The office lounge in the waiting area should be a combination of comfortable lounge couches and coffee table books.

Pods and Acoustic Furniture

Even after setting up all the furniture, you may find that there is still a lot of unused space and needs that your office design does not address.

This is where pods come in handy. These prefabricated units help you utilise every last inch of your office space while also serving specific use cases.

Work pods are excellent for employees who want temporary privacy. They can also double as compact meeting rooms for small teams.

If your business frequently conducts client-facing conference calls, you might also consider having phone pods in your office.

You should focus on acquiring acoustic furniture that provides noise cancellation for the people using the pods.

Need professional assistance? We’re here to help.

Navigating through all these types of furniture units can be an intimidating experience. Choosing the right piece of furniture from them is another monumental task.

That’s why we can partner with you.

Free Office Design Consultation Session: We don’t just provide you with office furniture from a catalogue. We start by offering you a free office design consultation session.

In this session, we understand the challenges your business is facing. Then, we devise furniture solutions to address these challenges.

Deep Customisation Options: Once we’ve identified the key types of furniture units you could use while designing or redesigning your office space, the decision is yours.

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Extensive Customisation Options: Once we’ve identified the essential types of furniture units for your office design or redesign, the decision is yours.

We offer extensive customisation options. You can select from a variety of colours, shapes, forms, features, designs, and materials. After all, you know your business best.

Top-Tier Warranties: We understand that you’ll want your furniture to stand the test of time. You’re investing significant time and resources into it.

Therefore, we collaborate with some of the most skilled and experienced furniture craftsmen. This ensures that your office furniture meets the highest quality standards.

Since all our products undergo a rigorous quality control process, we can provide industry-leading warranties on all our offerings.

Australia-Wide Delivery: Finally, once you’ve decided on the type of furniture you need, you shouldn’t have to concern yourself with logistics.

We handle all of that. We deliver to all major CBDs in Australia – Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Darwin, Canberra, and Melbourne.

So, you can relax and concentrate on your business while we endeavour to deliver your furniture to you in the best quality within the agreed timeframe.

There’s a small gap between your business’s current state and robust future growth. You can bridge that gap by reaching out to our team and taking advantage of your free office design consultation session.

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