In June, members of the design industry enjoyed three days of design “extravaganza” at NeoCon 2016 in Chicago. NeoCon is one of the most recognized and attended commercial design shows in the industry, and this year was no exception.
While there were hundreds of brand exhibitors this year, Kimball’s Chicago showroom really wowed us. With more than 30 individual exhibits within the showroom introducing 12 new lines of furniture, Kimball showed us what it means to transform the relationship between people and place. Our sense of place can now be anywhere. With these lines, we can enable work to flow seamlessly here, there or anywhere.
One such line really introduces variety, fluidity and simplicity to office space: KORE.
Introducing Kore by Kimball
Simple, intuitive and designed for human needs, Bauhaus-inspired KORE was designed as a table for working and living—complete with elements for privacy, media integration, and solutions for learning and training.
From benching applications to tables, private workspaces to collaborative gathering points, the clean, functional lines and a vast mix of material options of KORE offer all you need to be inspired and productive.