Communal & Public Furniture

Improve public spaces with our communal furniture. NZ Made furniture designs for airports, council buildings, hospitals & universities.
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Communal & Public Space Furniture.

As a furniture designer and manufacturer, Harrows specialises in communal furniture and public space furniture. We have a range of New Zealand made communal tables and public seating designs waiting for your personal touch.

All furniture designs are robust and long lasting, perfect for high traffic commercial use. From airport seating to library furniture we’ve got it covered. The collection includes commercial communal tables, public chairs, modular seating and soft seating, as well as leaners and stools for casual seating, and banquettes for fixed communal seating areas.

The public space collection also features a range of outdoor communal tables, chairs, leaners and stools for those public spaces that want to make the most of their outdoor areas.

We have successfully placed furniture into airports with a full service, from sourcing and upholstering airport seating right through to soft seating for breakout lounge areas and even fixed booth seats for airport foodcourts. We also work with the healthcare sector offering hospital furniture and waiting room furniture that comes with a commercial warranty and is fit for purpose.

When considering university furniture, the same principles of high quality and robust furniture applies, but it also needs to foster and promote communication, learning and creativity. Our modular soft seating options are a great activity based furniture choice, fully customisable in any colour, fabric and configuration.

Elevate your public or communal space with our furniture designs that are fully customisable. Get in touch with Harrows today to start the conversation.


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