Over recent years a factory style has been prevalent in many commercial interiors. Many contract furniture suppliers now have some element of this aesthetic that you can see in the examples shown here.

Typical materials are solid wood and metal. The wood usually is reclaimed or has a character finish. The steel is often dark grey with a clear finish. Castors mean that the tables are moveable and surfaces receive several layers of clear lacquer for easy maintenance, just wipe them clean.

Since first producing industrial furniture many years ago, Rigg can now offer plywood tops and brighter finishes, so that all kinds of venues and tastes are catered for.

Rigg has supplied numerous products into this market. Sometimes the interior designer has opted for a heavy "theme", but more often than not other contemporary styles are incorporated. For example, Rigg may provide 3 large industrial office tables and other modern plywood and laminate top desks; the floor covering may well be a "sharp" patterned recent design from Milliken. 

You can browse the case studies we've put together to give you an idea of the possibilities available. Please contact us to find out all the options available and we are happy to help in any way we can.