HPFi Office Furniture solutions are whimsical and colorful examples of modern office furniture done right. Their product line extends beyond the confines of the regular office and into a variety of working spaces, including classrooms and waiting lounges around the country. Contact us at 212.706.8509 and get the workplace you desire at a fraction of the cost. We’ll beat any quote out there.
The company is just celebrating its 60th anniversary, turning High Point, North Carolina, into the “Furniture Capital of The World.” Manhattan Office Design recognizes and celebrates their success, and hopes to continue promoting their outstanding product line for decades to come.
The Best HPFi Office Furniture in NYC
With a more collective approach, HPFi turns away from the common product lines in modern office furniture, such as ergonomic executive chairs and individual modular desks, to try and provide effective solutions in seating for large rooms, storage, and occasional tables
HPFi offers a comprehensive catalog of office seating solutions for lounges, many of which are available at Manhattan Office Design. Most of them have a mid-century modern feel, as most of them are padded armchairs in many different designs.
From more designer-ish solutions like the Flex cube to wheeled options (with storage compartments) like the Genesis, HPFi is revolutionizing the aesthetic side of modern office furniture, one lounge chair at a time. The only thing missing thing are ottomans.
For people still looking for a proper office chair, HPFi also has the Cheetah simple task chair, with limited functions, the Orbit (better suited for meeting rooms), and the Nextstep, which could be considered the ergonomic crown jewel of their product line.
Other important HPFi Office Furniture
Interested parties should check out their meeting tables, which are very simple renditions without much adornment or functionality. Their worth lies in simplicity, as not every workspace has the same needs. Their modern feel, again, makes HPFi an outstanding choice to furnish non-conventional “work” spaces like schools, doctor’s offices, or waiting lounges of any kind.