Retro flair in Verve2
'Retro' is everywhere and office seating is no exception when it comes
exploring its design hinterland.
Focus has been largely on the early to mid 20th century leaving later
decades such as the 70s and 80s on hold. But not by VERCO: the company
has set to task, resurrecting period look in its new Verve2 (as in
Upholstered in a wide choice of quality fabrics, the Verve2 range
comprises two visitor models, one with distinctive upholstered, soft
touch arms and one without, both supported by a chrome cantilever frame,
together with a swivel conference armchair.
Their managerial counterparts offer the benefits of a smooth,
synchronised mechanism with side operated tension control and the option
of an adjustable seat depth, are available in a choice of two back
heights, each offering height adjustability for optimum comfort.
Overall an individual seating investment, where the contoured,
'wrap-around' back and chunky arms hug the Verve2 users into their
chairs, providing excellent ergonomic support for watching those online
re-runs of 'Life on Mars'
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Founded by the Vere family in 1912, and in family ownership to this day,
VERCO Office Furniture is one of the UK's best known workplace furniture
providers. The company operates from a wholly-owned 440,000 sq ft
manufacturing facility in High Wycombe, where it makes a wide range of
seating, desking and storage designs for all types of modern workplace
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