Arconas is pleased to announce new partnerships with Green Furniture Concept and USM Airportsystems for exclusive distribution to airports throughout the Americas and the Caribbean. Launching at the Passenger Terminal Expo in Cologne, Germany, these offerings enable Arconas to provide a suite of stylish and unique products from top European brands.
“These 2 new partnerships are a great addition to our business. We started distributing Auweko waste & recycling bins from Germany last year. Now with Green Furniture Concept from Sweden and USM from Switzerland, we are bringing the best selection of European products to our airport clients in the Americas,” stated Pablo Reich, Arconas Executive Vice President.
Green Furniture Concept is an award-winning company that designs sustainable furniture and lighting solutions. It is a socially responsible organization with manufacturing facilities in Europe and North America.
The Nova C Series is a modular bench system for indoor public spaces designed by Johan Berhin. The benches consist of narrow curved laminated wood slats which are positioned side-by-side. When multiple bench modules are connected to one another, they transition seamlessly from straight configurations to winding ones, depending on the distinct architectural lines of each space. This unique concept allows designers to create a continuous seating pattern, maximizing the use of space at a reduced cost per seat.
Designed by Peter Schumacher in 2010, the Leaf Lamp is an ambient lighting solution made entirely of natural materials. The foliage consists of thin, unbleached wool felt leaves that offer both flameproof and sound-absorbing qualities. The wool leaves are attached to birch branches, which are turned slightly differently in each lamp to ensure a unique and organic foliage configuration that mimics the design principles of Mother Nature. More information about Green Furniture Concept can be found at: www.greenfc.com.
Formed in 2011, USM Airportsystems develops furnishings for all passenger handling processes in airports on the basis of the Swiss made USM Haller modular furniture system. The system was patented in 1963 and since then has been produced by the original methods at the USM Haller production site near Berne. USM Airportsystems offers airports the combination of a product that fulfills the diversified demand of the user with the vision of planners and architects. Each unit is planned individually for its specific need; however, if the space, situation or desired use changes, the modules can be disassembled and reconstructed. The limitless possibilities to extend or rebuild the elements or to change colour schemes as required, combined with the damage-resistant and zero fire-load surfaces make USM Haller extremely cost effective. More information about USM Airporsystems can be found at: www.airport.usm.com.