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A guide to Powell Office Furniture

Powell Office Furniture is a division of a privately owned company by Richard H Powell and Partners Limited, which was founded in 1972. It is based in Cardiff and "specialises in the design and supply of office interiors." The company believes in value, quality and excellence in health, safety and the environment. According to the site, the projects of Powell Office Furniture ranges from "single chair to an entire series of buildings."

Furniture

As the name implies, Powell Office Furniture sells furniture for the office that includes everything from seating, tables, storage, and desks for reception areas. For the desks, the furniture falls into different categories such as executive desks, system desking, tables for training and conference rooms, screens that go between desks, and monitor arms. The chairs The chairs include different categories as well. Along with executive seating, the company sells seating for the break room, multipurpose seating, seating for the reception and lounge. Storage Storage includes mobile storage, storage that can be used in conjunction with work station and reception desks, multiplex storage, and note pedestals. If you wish to have custom furniture designed for your company, Powell Office Furniture will be able to work with you. This furniture is found under the "Bespoke" heading. If you prefer to have an office that looks as though it's furnished with heirloom furniture, then the company can design furniture that meets that description.

Interior

Powell Office Furniture also creates items for the interior of the building as well, such as lighting, screens, graphics as well as signage. The lighting includes desktop lights as well as lights that are suspended from the ceiling. There are also floor lamps as well. Screens Screens can be mesh screens, a recompressed screen called a pause screen and an airflake screen that is designed to absorb sound that takes the shape of a hexagon. The signs include ones which are made of brushed aluminium, signs with acrylic lettering, banners, window manifestations, acrylic panels, vinyl that is self-adhesive, and decorative wall displays.

Office design

Powell Office Furniture has an in-house "CAD Space Planning and Design Studio" which offers services such as "Interior Design, Mechanical, Electrical and Architectural." The company can help with the interior design, the redoing of the office layout, the planning of the workplace interior layout, as well as the installing of the furniture and furnishings that you ordered for your company.

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