Founded in 1944 in Comstock Park, Michigan, Nucraft has a long tradition of designing innovative furniture with detailed attention to craftsmanship: “Our furniture provides image-conscious organizations with solutions that elevate the aesthetics and performance of their facilities.” Also known for solutions that integrate technology, Nucraft takes advantage of new manufacturing methods to offer high-end furniture for the modern-day office.
Ideal for reception areas and open-plan lounges, Arena carves out an intimate space within a larger arena. Curved benches with privacy panels can be placed across from each other to create a circular meeting area for informal offices or a cozy conversation space for lobbies. Coordinating tables feature the same narrow metal legs of the Arena benches, offering a cohesive look. Media consoles make a perfect perch for flat-panel televisions and computers. Choose wood panels for more privacy or translucent ones for a more open look that encourages communication. This creative line is the design of Mark Goetz.
Winner of Best of NeoCon Gold, Emme is a collection of occasional tables and benches that feature a unique style: “spare architectural forms speak with confidence, while a palette celebrating material, color, and detail provides options for expressing personality.” Tables and benches combine square legs in thin and wide lines, creating a balanced look that is sculptural. With bold colors like magenta and teal paired with sleek stainless steel, Emme commands attention. The design of Jess Sorel, the Emme Collection is perfect for creative offices and contemporary spaces.
Designed by Joey Ruiter, Passport was awarded Best of NeoCon Gold and Best of Competition Award for 2012. A line of versatile conference furnishings, Passport allows offices to change conference room configurations depending on their needs. Passport Solo, Duo, and Activity Wall give offices options. A revolutionary feature of Passport Duo is the table’s sliding top, which allows tables in adjacent rooms separated by a removable partition to form a larger table. The sliding table top also lets users “position the table relative to a presentation surface or monitor.” With power/data access and flexible pieces, Passport lets companies “transform inflexible meeting rooms into dynamic, multiuse, efficient places that easily adapt to different collaborative activities throughout the day.”
Not only does Nucraft produce an award-winning collection of office furniture, but the company itself also aims to please its customers and employees, as illustrated by their recent “101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For” award. With multiple products having earned the Best of NeoCon distinction, Nucraft pays close attention to form, as well as function.