Anyone who embraces office culture in the sense of the New Work philosophy must adopt a forward-looking approach. This is why our goal is to radically reduce the consumption of material resources and CO2 by reconditioning furniture that has reached the end of its useful life. In keeping with circular economy, it is important to reuse as many components of a piece of furniture as possible.
As part of our future circular economy strategy, ecological design criteria are defined right from the product development stage to ensure that our furniture can be reused at a later date.
Does it make ecological sense for every product to be shredded and recycled at the end of its life cycle? No! This is why we can take back pre-owned furniture after a certain period of use. This second-hand furniture is dismantled: only unusable components are recycled and replaced.
The reusable components are tested, cleaned and reconditioned. After being assembled, the furniture is ready for use once more in its usual way and provides a sustainable alternative to new products, offering a high level of quality.
The outcome is impressive: By reusing a paro_2 swivel chair, for example, we are able to reduce CO2 emissions and the volume of material input by around 80 %. With our REfurbed furniture, we are setting an example for a sustainable corporate culture. And you can do exactly the same.