WallGoldfinger January e-newsletter
Thank you so much to all (and there were a lot of you) who took the time to look at our 2015 Best of the Best in our December edition. In case you missed it, here is the link. The new year is now upon us and perhaps it is your year for some new furniture for the office. To keep WallGoldfinger in your thoughts, we’re sharing a couple more projects on which we’re currently working. You could call these the start of our 2016 Best of the Best. Can we add you to the list?
New York company home to some of WallGoldfinger’s most unique pieces – ever
A New York media company occupying one of the most unique buildings in the world also has some of the most unique furniture.
Boston law firm enjoys modern take on Arbors
A Boston law firm and its designer, Gensler, pushed the envelope on our Arbors, adding LIGHTBLOCKS cast acrylic tops, technology and lots of brushed aluminum for a sleek, modern design fit for the boardroom.
Success and family
CEO John Wall reflects on WallGoldfinger’s success and a key element – family.
Shipping: How do we do it?
How do we get a 50-foot table from our Vermont factory to say a New York City or Chicago skyscraper, into an elevator and through doorways into a boardroom in perfect condition? Shipping/Receiving Supervisor Adam Salls explains.
It’s back. The snow is finally flying, which means it’s time to ski Vermont.
WallGoldfinger produces the world’s finest corporate office furniture. From custom boardroom and conference tables, lecterns and credenzas to meticulously-crafted product lines, WallGoldfinger’s furniture is designed with state-of-the-art, integrated technology solutions, responsibly sourced and made in America for discriminating designers, furniture dealers and corporate clients.
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