We are influenced by the environment around us throughout our lives and we need to feel safe, looked after and have a feeling of "home". Nursing and care units have complex challenges, and a thorough survey of the users needs will result in increased well-being, shorter and better convalescence times and more cost-effective furniture purchases.


In order to create a safe and health-promoting environment, hygiene is important, and especially in environments where many people come together. Choosing furniture that can withstand strict hygiene requirements is important to promote care and well-being.

  • Surfaces that can withstand frequent disinfection.
  • Durable surfaces.
  • Removable textiles that can withstand washing at up to 60°.
  • Distance between the seat and back in seating furniture.

Safety requirements

Safety is essential to prevent injuries and accidents, especially for people with reduced balance and other age-related challenges. Take this into account when choosing furniture for the care unit. 

  • Furniture without sharp edges reduces the risk of injury.
  • Firm and stable armrests prevent falls.
  • Furniture that has been tested and approved as tipping-proof furniture.


The health sector has a wide range of patient and resident groups who require individual adaptations, age adaptations and different functionality. Furniture must be usable by everyone regardless of age. Universal design involves making strategic choices about e.g. height, depth and the width of the chair, easy-to-grip armrests or design of table tops. These are important elements for creating a safe, comfortable and adaptable environment for residents and employees.

  • Furniture with individual adjustment of height and width.
  • Stacking chairs for efficient use of space.
  • Chairs that can be hung on the table top.
  • Adjustable furniture for increased comfort and range of use.
  • Replaceable seat and back covers.


It is necessary to adapt the furniture in psychiatric units to meet specific needs and safety requirements. This means reducing the risk of the resident using the furniture as a weapon by either throwing it, or hideing objects in the furniture. At the same time, the furniture must be able to be moved to adapt the use and the resident's needs.

  • Weight adjustment of furniture.
  • Fixing options to the floor.
  • Consult with professionals. 


Product design is about combining aesthetics with functional and technical needs to create a unique product.

  • Adapt the furniture to the senses and focus on good color choices and textiles that give good associations when touched.
  • The right choice of furniture promotes security and creates calm in the surroundings.
  • Choose furniture that creates order and harmony in terms of shape.


A furniture for public spaces must meet tough requirements in terms of safety, durability, stability and flammability. We carry out strength tests at an accredited, certified 3rd party test center and involve quality assurance according to international and national ISO standards. Read more about certification here.

  • EN 16139 - Seating furniture for public use.
  • A 15372 - Table.
  • EN 16121 - Storage furniture.
  • EN 1021-1 and EN 1021-2 as well as BS 5852 (British Standard, Crib 5test) CA TB 117 (California Technical Bulletin.)

10 year warranty

We provide a 10-year warranty against manufacturing defects on all models and a 5-year warranty on gas pumps and electrical components. The textile supplier is responsible for the warranty on textiles used on our furniture.