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NeoCon 2014: American Seating launches configurable tables, white boards, lecterns for higher educat

Posted in Architectural, NeoCon on July 01, 2014

Visitors to American Seating’s showroom (10th floor, space #148) at this year’s NeoCon contract furnishings show June 9-11 in Chicago can look forward to being inspired by several new designer-focused initiatives. Most notably, the company is unveiling Rely, a comprehensive system solution for today’s dynamic higher education market. Additionally, American Seating is previewing Nima, a new stylish, multipurpose chair from renowned designer Giancarlo Piretti. The company will also launch a revamped Web site, which will be viewable in American Seating’s NeoCon showroom, offering visitors access to the company’s complete product lines.

Originally posted in Facilities Management Educational News on June 8, 2014

Recent KCAD grad’s design among products spotlighted at NeoCon 2014

Posted in Architectural, NeoCon on July 01, 2014

Eliott Copier’s first major design out of Ferris State’s Kendall College of Art & Design wowed judges at NeoCon 2014.

Originally posted in MLive on June 13, 2015

American Seating Products Focus on New Teaching Model

Posted in Architectural, NeoCon on July 01, 2014

The rely table system is designed with flexibility and mobility to meet the needs in today’s classrooms.

Originally posted in Grand Rapids Business Journal on June 5, 2014

Rely Featured in Architectural Products as “New and Noteworthy” Design

Posted in Architectural, NeoCon on July 01, 2014

Rely was introduced at NeoCon by American Seating.

Rely is a new system solution for today’s active learning environments. An attractive, modern design, provides highly mobile and easily configurable tables, white boards and lecterns.

Originally posted in Architectural Products on May 24, 2014

Fifth Third Ballpark repaired with Grand Rapids made seats

Posted in Architectural on June 02, 2014

American Seating recently finished replacing about 120 seats damaged in the luxury suites damaged by the winter blaze that caused more than $500,000 in damage.

Originally posted in Mlive on May 25, 2014
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