A Silver sponsor of the CID Awards, OFIS is a leading workspace solution provider specializing in modular furniture and flooring solutions for corporate, educational, healthcare and hospitality sectors. As custodians of world class products OFIS which is part of Easa Saleh Al Gurg Group LLC, delivers aesthetic, contemporary and highly functional spaces. For the past 20
For the past 20 years, OFIS has been the exclusive dealer for Interface and continues to be one of its largest dealerships within the UAE region. Some of America’s and Europe’s leading office furniture brands such as Steelcase, DVO, Aresline and Muzo also trust OFIS to represent them in the UAE.
According to OFIS general manager Ali Maarrawi, the CID Awards event is vital for the company as it serves as an opportunity to increase its brand awareness further.
“Our presence at the event augments our brand promise of being a one-stop shop for premium but cost efficient modular furniture,” says Maarrawi. “Moreover it provides an opportunity to participate in celebrating the achievements of the region’s most talented designers. Looking ahead to meeting all the participants is extremely exciting as the ceremony brings together an impressive group of recognised practitioners and upcoming design talents.”
Looking back, Maarrawi says that the projects that have been brought to life in the past year show the UAE’s focus on innovation and its openness to new concepts.
Recently OFIS had launched two products, “Brody Worklounge” from Steelcase – an office pod to minimise the distractions of working in an open-plan office and Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) collection “Level Set™” from Interface. This debut modular resilient flooring offering integrates with Interface’s carpet tiles to create beautiful, functional spaces that blend hard and soft flooring with ease.
“People need an ecosystem of interrelated places and devices to support the different stages and activities of creative work. A diverse ecosystem includes mobile and integrated technology, as well as spaces designed for individual ‘me’ work and ‘we’ group work,” concludes Maarrawi.