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Interiors: Round up

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hok International has teamed up with Italian furniture manufacturer Faram to produce Toolbox, a furniture system which provides demountable informal meeting facilities, ideal for buildings with large open floorplates. Toolbox is made up of three component units. Meeting Pod comes with an optional fold-down table, and rotating plasma screen. Internally, the finish is a giant whiteboard screen. Pickup Point includes pigeonholes, a touchdown desk, magnetic notice boards, coat storage and cold-drink storage. Copy Centre is an informal meeting space centred on the photocopy area, and includes white boards, notice boards and a fold-down bench, along with a 2m-high recycling drum which forms the central pivot to a rotating table. Toolbox will be launched to the European Industry for the first time at Orgatec in Cologne next year. Contact Faram on 0171 916 6166.

This footprint kickplate (left) from Philip Watts is made from hand-cast polished aluminium and can be made to order in any size (£47). The stainless-steel ladies and gents signs can be produced with any logo (£135). Both prices exclude vat, postage and packing. Contact Philip Watts on 0115 947 4809.

The Como glass table by Primo furniture is available in two sizes: 90cm x 90cm and 130cm x 70cm as shown here. Contact Primo Furniture on 0208 804 3434.

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