|||||Bene’s AL range combines high-end finishes such as leather, oak and glass with modern functions|USM’s Haller meeting table and desk range – shown here in black lacquered oak – was designed in 1965 and is still a top seller|By Bailey captures the attention of Mad Men fans with luxurious designs like Gunlocke’s Credentials range|Walter Knoll’s Keypiece Communication desk is flexible enough for single-person working or for a small meeting||
15 Sep 2015

The evolution of executive furniture

Words by Jenny Brewer

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