Prismatique is a privately owned Canadian contract furniture manufacturer with an international reputation for precise engineering and office table specialization. Prismatique offers choices – not compromises. We offer extensive versatility in finish options, ranging from painted back glass to stone to veneer and laminate. This flexibility enables the designer to “Customize with Confidence” and partner with us to create unique table solutions at less than custom prices. It’s not just about what we do. It’s about how we do it. All manufacturing is conducted in two adjacent plants located at our corporate HQ in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Designed and made in Sweden, Edsbyn offers furniture for the working environment. Where form meets function, tradition meets quality, and price is always a consideration, the Edsbyn offerings excel. Seating, screens, storage, sofas, cubicles worthy of living in, and customized furniture and environments. The Edsbyn lines interact with each other, allowing designers to customize the environment and tailor the furniture to the needs of the end-user. Customization beyond this, making seats wider and deeper, changing the height of a sofa, or altering a table top shape is all achievable. Edsbyn has been in production in Sweden since 1899 and offers a Nordic clean, modern look.
Since 1993, Meltdown Glass has specialized in creating site-specific art and architectural glass installations to enhance the look and feel of interior and exterior spaces. Kiln-fired glass is a versatile medium, lending itself to a nearly unlimited amount of uses and applications. Some applications include specialty curtain wall or storefront systems, transom glass, partition dividers, signage, elevator vestibules, conference room tables, water walls, glass shelving, wayfinding, feature lobby installations and sculptures. Meltdown has been commissioned to create glass for restaurants, hotels, corporate and work environments, casinos and cruise ships.
Getama is the very epitome of something authentically Danish. It is probably the most shining example imaginable of Danish Design. The excellent craftsmanship, the fine quality and the superior level of service had made Getama renowned and respected throughout Denmark from its inception in 1899. It was its working relationship with Hans Wegner, the furniture architect, that helped Getama make its international breakthrough. After more than a century, Getama’s ambition is still to create innovative architect-designed furniture for the retail and contract markets.