KLC becomes Gnosi in the USA

KLC becomes Gnosi in the USA
23 May 2018

Our multi-purpose and versatile chair, capable of being adapted to all kinds of spaces and fully customisable, has become very successful in the USA where it has been renamed Gnosi by Sedia System.

Gnosi, in its version aimed at the field of education, is receiving a great deal of attention in the specialised press in the USA, in media such as Contract Furnishings NewsOffice Insight and The Business of Furniture.

 

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Furthermore, Gnosi has been included in the resource catalogue My Resource Library, which facilitates the design and layout of furniture in virtual projects for the design and decoration of contract and group spaces.

Two great pieces of news for Gnosi in the run-up to NeoCon, the show for industrial commercial design, where this chair will demonstrate all its functional possibilities, from 11 to 13 June.

With its continuous and curved lines, the Gnosi is a collection of chairs designed to perform beautifully in any space. The Gnosi shell can be incorporated into a fixed lecture hall or used in its the collaborative version to create a team-based learning environment.

 

 

Bearing the timeless look of classic modernism, Gnosi provides a clean and consistent appearance in any setting — from classroom to cafeteria, from auditorium to library, from corporate training room to collaborative work spaces.

In its complete range of options, KLC / Gnosi is a product that covers, thanks to its chameleonic nature and extreme customisation, all areas of the market in chair installation. It can be

This design represents a new product philosophy in which, by means of an industrial process that has been optimised to the maximum, different chairs are produced from a single pattern. As such, it is a product that we might come across in any day-to-day setting, thanks to its integration and simplicity, as the same chair could be used as a seat in schools, homes or restaurants. It is the components that change,” explains Marcelo Alegre, at Alegre Design studio.

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