Andreu World has grown and evolved convinced that our philosophy, attention to detail, excellence and good design, is the fundamental guide to continue being who we are now and in the future.
At the core of Andreu Wood is wood, there is no other material as unique, warm and noble. Woodworking is a philosophy unto itself, it is a way of relating to the world. Over time we have sought to maintain these qualities in all of our designs, regardless of the materials and technology employed. Wood, in our work, is synonymous with the woodworker, we have retained the same expert hands that have learned their craft over years of experience.
Cumberland Furniture was founded in the 1950s, a small company in New York making tables, desks, benches, and office and lobby seating. The company became well known for its elegant designs.
We are headquartered in Michigan, where much of the world’s finest contract furniture is made. We design, build, market, and deliver our products to protect and strengthen our solid reputation. Our products reflect a cohesive design offering while giving room for our design partners to create products distinct in their own right. We understand that good design is the product of great vision, that it transcends time and location. We work to offer Modern American Classics that are always in style, fresh and interesting, whether offered last century or today.
Decca Ltd. was founded in 1973 as an architectural millwork company that has since evolved into a leading source of quality wood furniture. As our manufacturing capabilities have grown, the integrity of craft has remained a guiding principle. We honor our history of excellence and continue to hand select and match veneers, employ traditional construction techniques and hand finish each piece to bring out the full beauty of the wood.
Decca Contract, a division of Decca Ltd., devotes the attention to materials, workmanship and cabinetry detail in a way that few other manufacturers do. Decca Contract insists upon a level of craft that endows our furniture with an unmistakable look and feel of luxury. We strive to uphold the highest standards in everything we do, from concept to execution, from design drawings through product installation. We know how to build beautiful, precision-made furniture that truly fits our customers’ needs.
Blending tradition and technology, Decca’s custom capability is second to none, supported by an expert, in-house engineering group that allows us to fulfill virtually any aesthetic or functional design specification. We offer a level of customization and quality that cannot be achieved by using mass-produced components. At the same time, vertical integration and control of all aspects of manufacturing reduces inefficiencies and costs. Thus, our furniture offers exceptional and lasting value.
Built on the principles of quality, service and responsibility, Decca also has a long-standing tradition of caring for our people and our natural environment. We do our best to provide a safe and healthful workplace, to promote sustainable business practices, preserve natural resources and safeguard natural habitats and communities. In all aspects of our business, we make every effort to use water, energy and forest products responsibly. GreenGuard certification of all Decca Contract casegoods offers evidence of our commitment to greener, healthier environments.
We make chairs. In America. Often by hand. Mostly from recycled stuff. But always to last.
1944 It wasn't about style. 1006 Navy Chair was created in 1944 for war ships and sailors. Now found in restaurants, hotels and offices. Make something well, it can survive anything.
1998 From ships to showrooms. Gregg Buchbinder takes over. Notices that architects and designers are using Navy Chair in very modern ways. Meets Philippe Starck. Who has some ideas.
2000's Take a good thing. Make it shiny. Starck loves the company and its craft. Works with Emeco on new ways to sit. The Hudson Chair in 2000, for the NYC Hudson Hotel, is the first collaboration. This opens doors. Frank Gehry, Norman Foster & Ettore Sottsass walk in.
2010 Onwards. Make endings, beginnings. It started with scrap aluminum. There was no 'green'. Recycled aluminum was simply the right material for the job. Now 'right material' can be as varied as Coke bottles, industrial sweepings, used wood or engr. efficient concrete.
GAR Products® is a family owned and operated corporation specializing in quality seating, table tops, and table bases for all levels of the hospitality and design industries. Founded in 1956 by Morris H. Garfunkle (Mr. GAR), GAR Products®, now entering its third generation of family ownership, continues to evolve with cutting edge designs and enduring passion.
From the traditional contract seating on which GAR Products® was founded, to new and exciting models, this website reflects our commitment to offer an expansive selection at competitive prices.
Martin Brattrud manufactures innovative hand-crafted upholstered seating and occasional tables.
Since 1946, Martin Brattrud has dedicated itself to providing distinctive designs with unparalleled tailoring and excellent customer service. Martin Brattrud's success stems from its progressive philosophy on design and its commitment to excellence in design execution.
Founded by Gary Lindenberg in 1992, Marquis spent its first decade establishing an exemplary reputation as a maker of high quality, high design seating for the hospitality trade. As custom design and manufacture are essential in this demanding market, we developed an extraordinary ability to tailor our capabilities to the needs of each customer and project. Through our ongoing expansion into the contract, healthcare and assisted living markets, this flexible, customer-focused approach remains a hallmark of the Marquis experience.
Our 160,000 square foot manufacturing facility and corporate offices are located in High Point, North Carolina, placing us in close proximity to a rich variety of furniture industry suppliers and resources. The size and scope of this facility empowers us to expertly fill any size order to your complete satisfaction. And the more than 100 talented individuals who comprise the Marquis corporate family combine their skills, ideas and abilities to ensure that you have a superior experience.
We invite you to carefully inspect our model pieces for comfort, aesthetic and quality. We welcome the opportunity to become your trusted resource for seating and lounge furniture. And we look forward to building a long-term relationship with you.
In 1956, the Golden family launched Stylex to address opportunities they perceived for more refined seating. Their idea was not simply to be a better seating manufacturer, but also to understand better how seating is used and how it complements its surrounding environment.
Today, the company is owned and run by Bruce and John Golden. While much has changed over more than 50 years, the foundation and vision on which the company was built remains. Our goal is to apply our experience together with an enterprising, inventive spirit. There’s no ‘second string’ at Stylex, and everyone from our CEO to our receptionist works with customers, specifiers, and designers every day. That, in turn, lets us better understand and more rapidly refine the aesthetics, performance, value, and service that create truly engaging products.