July 07, 2021
Our fundamental human ability to adapt has allowed us to make working from home, work. The vast majority of office workers are working from their homes and for many people they like the experience.
When making physical changes to our office environments, we can furnish settings that help people think differently.
Collaboration is key to an innovative, social, and creative working culture. This is something we all know. However, the way we work, strangely is a bit like when we first used a mobile phone.
As a furniture manufacturer our design approach is to create freestanding furniture, with minimal intervention to the built structure.
Both Senator and Allermuir have launched have their own configurator and planning tools which enable users to create unique configurations and modular setups.
A family of outdoor chairs and stools designed for Allermuir by Benjamin Hubert of LAYER.
First shown during the NeoCon exhibition in Chicago earlier this year. Roam shone brighter than anyone expected and visitors’ left longing for this design.
Every employer depends on having healthy and productive employees and we know that valued and supported staff are far more likely to deliver the best outcomes.
This month our Allermuir Showroom in London was transformed, all attending to be amongst the first to witness the reveal of Dulux’s Colour of the Year 2020.
East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce proudly nominated The Senator Group along with 14 other businesses from the region to be highlighted as UK Business Heroes of 2020.
Mixology North is the most prestigious, highly anticipated award ceremony in the North, created for the dynamic and innovative interior design community.
Innovation is in our DNA. It’s the thread that goes through the whole business from the inspiration we seek for our creativity.
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