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The interior design of Telecom Place was enervated by Karlsson wall clocks supplied by Future Presence

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View of clocks by Future Presence.

When devising an interior design scheme, even the smallest element has a vital role to play. In a corporate setting, these elements can be used to reinforce a brand or strategy.

"Offices are more than just a space they're a community; and they respond to the social and cultural aspects of the people within that community," says Leslie Officer of Future Presence, who supplied a range of Karlsson brand clocks to Telecom Place.

"Similarly, Karlsson clocks do more than just tell time they're pieces of art that reflect the personality of your business through a strong design imperative."


View of clocks by Future Presence. angle, black and white, circle, clock, font, home accessories, line, product, product design, white
View of clocks by Future Presence.

"The Karlsson collection includes classic pieces, which are timeless in their popularity, as well as pieces such as these, which add fun and a contemporary element to any interior. The brand is also synonymous with quality, innovative design and stunning graphics," says Officer.

Telecom and designer Kate Henderson of Warren and Mahoney selected three contemporary Karlsson wall clocks Cosmos, Pocket Watch and Jigsaw Puzzle to augment the interior design.

Future Presence is an importer and wholesaler of quality European brand giftware and small interior furnishings, including Karlsson and Leimotiv, and has been in business for 12 years.

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View of clocks by Future Presence.

FUTURE PRESENCE

48D Diana Dr, Glenfield, AucklandPhone (09) 443 5070 Fax (09) 443 4073www.futurepresence.co.nz sales@futurepresence.co.nz

Story by: Trendsideas

17 Mar, 2011

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