June 17, 2015

Infinium by Arcadia Brings Rakish Angles to #IDneocon

arcadia Infinium

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One of the more distinctive profiles we’ve encountered in the Mart this week is Infinium, a lounge collection distinguished by rakish angles and kicky aluminum legs. Up-and-comer Michael Bemis conceived the series while still an undergrad—he’s now a full-fledged industrial designer—and


immediately saw its potential. In addition to offering bold personality, the collection boasts complete flexibility. From ganging tables to a pert loveseat, items are available in myriad finishes and can be supplemented with options like privacy panels. Units link via hardware-free connectors, enabling speedy assembly—and, when the mood strikes, reinvention.


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