Neocon 2012 – Recap

by Jeremy | Jun 25, 2012 at 3:11 pm | News

Neocon 2012 was filled with new innovative product introductions. It appeared the overall trend was comfortable work chairs (a lot of mesh material), unconventional conference/ collaboration areas, open concept desking, childrens lounge furniture to coordinate with adult pieces, and glass architectural walls.

Allsteel, our Grade-A panel system line was celebrating it's 100 year anniversary. They plan to introduce nine new products before the end of this year, and had eight to show us at the show.

  • Beyond Architectural Wall (Gold Winner for Architectural Wall)
  • Clarity Seating (designed by BMW)
  • Take-5 Stool
  • Harvest Table
  • Access Work Chair
  • Aware Table
  • Altitude Height-Adjustable Table
  • KITS Collaborator iPad Application

Visit their newly redesigned website by clicking here to see all of the new and exciting things Allsteel has to offer.

 Below are images of various products from different manufacturers we found interesting, and of potential value. I have listed the items in the order they are presented in the gallery:

  •  Dauphin Aspetta youth size guest seating to coordinate with the full size Aspetta series.
  •  Allsteel Inspire desking with Clarity seating
  •  Davis Perch stool 
  •  Carolina patient recliner w/soft infusion arm rest
  •  Allsteel Linger casual collaboration/conference seating, and All-Around table
  •  Egan Visual, EganINK Mobile Decor panels
  • High Point Evette youth guest seating to coordinate with full size Eve series
  • Nucraft Neos desking w/moveable storage panel to provide a cleaner look, and get your files easier to access.
  • Ideapaint clear dry ease application. It can be applied over almost any surface.
  • Davis Webb Curve swivel collaborative lounge seating with memory return
  • Allsteel Beyond glass architectural wall with excellent sound deadening specs
  • Ideon Waiting/ Guest seating with steel under structure
  • Nucraft Passport Solo/ Duo which is designed with a sliding top that could join two smaller conference areas to create a larger board room area