Hemp creates a buzz in new Architecture for Humanity headquarters

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Architecture for Humanity, a non-profit design services firm, has completed its new headquarters in San Francisco, Calif.

Partnering with Gensler for the interior remodel, Architecture for Humanity wanted to provide a flexible, collaborative space for workers who are in constant global communication with their members and overseas offices. Coalesse Bob chairs were selected and upholstered in Camira’s acclaimed Hemp fabric, made from a blend of pure new wool and harvested hemp.

“The studio is abuzz with the ‘very stylish’ Hemp fabric chairs,” said Michael Steiner, Architecture for Humanity’s program manager. “The chairs have added a great atmosphere to our second floor that epitomizes our laid-back and sustainable mindset.”

Architecture for Humanity brings design, construction and development services to communities where it’s most critically needed. Clients include community groups, aid organizations, housing developers, government agencies, corporate divisions and foundations.

Source: Camira


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  • Forgali Furniture Canada

    A nice furnture

    Nice Post I like nice furniture It looks better than even when it was new.

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