Ferco’s partner ForaForm is a Norwegian-based company whose motto is ‘wherever people meet’.
In recent years, the two companies have collaborated to install fixed seating into a number of ‘Kulturhaus’ buildings all over Norway. A Kulturhaus is an organisation or building that promotes culture and arts within the local community.
The culture houses in Norway offer local residents a wide range of activities such as film, dance, theatre, music, exhibitions and much more. A culture house can be compared to a community centre available to local citizens - a place where you can participate in cultural and leisure activities, have a cup of coffee or enjoy a good meal.
The most popular seat for installation in these multi-use spaces is the Paragon 755. This seat provides superior comfort and a pleasingly traditional aesthetic. Teaming the seat with Ferco’s award-wining A3 Wrimatic™ tablet, provides these venues with the option to host education-related events or hire the space as a conferencing facility.
Designed by an aeronautical engineer the tablet is the ultimate stowable writing surface in size, function and strength – and is tested to a load bearing of 240kg, with almost zero repairs recorded in its twenty year history.
The Wrimatic™ tablet is made from durable ABS plastic, which is impact, heat and scratch resistant, perfect for high-traffic areas. Ferco have seen an increase in UK enquires for hybrid spaces which need the ability to be multi-functional, with the potential for future additional revenue generation.