Products by TypeRecord ProductsFurnishings2016 Record Products 2016: Furnishings Best in Category: Alu Net This see-through window covering with an open-net weave and aluminum metalized backing controls heat and glare by absorbing, filtering, and reflecting light. The lustrous polyester textile is 100% flame retardant and comes in seven colorways (including 104, shown). carnegiefabrics.com Meety Aluminum L-shaped legs unite the offerings in the Meety family of customizable tables. Tabletop shapes include round, square, and trapezoid, while the material palette ranges from glass to wood veneer to laminated HPL. arper.com Parentesit Freestanding Inspired by minimalist art and classic Japanese interiors, these movable modular screens with black metal frames come in multiple square and circular motifs. Each is available in Arper’s full range of Kvadrat and Fidivi fabric options. “Parentesit Freestanding are minimal frameworks that direct space, create scale, and humanize an environment.” —Juror Carrie Bobo arper.com Rhythm Mixing materials and textures, the Rhythm system of wooden casegoods supports meeting-hosting and solo use. Options include storage containers, wireless charging, and sliding trays. All pulls are inset, allowing cases to be opened from any angle. Porcelain, metal, and black-glass finishes personalize the look. geigerfurniture.com Avila Twilight This blackout shade eliminates at least 96% of light, glare, and shadows from entering a space; it also can improve the Solar Heat Gain Coefficient of a standard glass unit by up to 58%. The PVC-free polyester/acrylic fabric comes in nine hues, with three of the darker options featuring a matching color on the textile’s street-facing side. mermetusa.com Caravan Vintage Moroccan rugs inspired these outdoor textiles that are part of the Richard Frinier Collection for Sunbrella. The two base-cloth constructions and five coordinating patterns are bleach-cleanable and fade and stain-resistant; all are woven from Sunbrella’s patented acrylic fiber. pindler.com Trea The shell of a lobster inspired Todd Bracher’s design for this multipurpose chair that automatically adjusts to a user’s weight and position. The sloping seat edge reduces pressure on the back of the knees, while the three base choices allow the piece to serve as a desk, side, or occasional chair. humanscale.com Traverse Thanks to its aluminum honeycomb skeleton, this wooden table by HOK Product Design can cantilever up to 20’ without center support. Tech cradles beneath the inch-thick top house power receptacles, charging ports, and audio and visual hookups. Traverse comes standard in two widths, four lengths, and five woods. okamura-us.com QuickStand Lite Allowing users to switch between standing and seated positions, QuickStand Lite can be clamped onto a desk to provide for an extra 20" of height range. The unit’s adjustable articulating arm supports a keyboard and up to two monitors that together weigh up to 25 pounds. humanscale.com Editor's Choice: Printstool With a body made of lignin, a renewable plant-based material, this dynamic 3-D-printed stool can be customized in over 150 ways. Vegetable-tanned leather tops the plywood seat, which is cushioned with CFC-free foam. Printstool comes in two heights, three seat hues, five designs, and five body colors. wilkhahn.com December 1, 2016 The best new casegoods, drapery, seating, and upholstery. Share This Story Post a comment to this article Name* E-mail (will not be displayed)* Subject Comment* Report Abusive Comment Thank you for helping us to improve our forums. Is this comment offensive? Please tell us why.