A new design concept for the furniture industry. A better way to build furniture. “SNAP-i PRODUCTS” is our brand name and our products are built with the “SNAP-i” joint and an interlocking sequence of components. We offer new and completely unique furniture designs that eliminate the need for joint fasteners and adhesives. This results in products that are environmentally friendly, flexible, cost-efficient, and time-saving. We aim to bring innovation into furniture production, modularity, sustainability, assembly, and transportation. This is our vision for the future of the furniture industry.
The “SNAP-i” joint applies simple physics principles to join modular furniture parts seamlessly. It is different from traditional joint types, which use joint fasteners and other adhesives for assembly. Each of the individual parts has slots; parts are mutually clamped when they are snapped into each other.
Weight of components
The sequence retaining interlocked and mutual restraints between the parts
Modular parts, simple part replacement.
Saves resources and protects the environment.
The production process is simplified, cutting costs and saving time.
Easy to handle and transport.
Flexible - quick and easy to assemble and disassemble without tools, saving time.
Assembling is easy enough that anyone can do it.
The fixed column bases and height adjustable bases are quick, easy to switch without tools.
The appearance is simple, elegant with customizable décor panel designs.
Simple and streamlined after sales services.
Patent license is available. Please contact us for more information.
Adagio Double Workstation Wins a 2020 Product Innovations Award
Space Symphony is proud to announce that Adagio Double Workstation has received a Product Innovations award from BUILDINGS and interiors+sources. The product is a member of an elite group of 33 innovative products showcased in the September/October issue of BUILDINGS and the October issue of interiors+sources, as well as online at www.BUILDINGS.com and www.interiorsandsources.com.
The BUILDINGS and interiors+sources editorial staffs evaluated submissions in terms of their innovation and contribution to productive workplaces. Adagio Double Workstation received the Grand Prize award in the Furniture/Seating category.