Green Furniture Concept

Who we are

Green Furniture Concept create public space interiors, bringing sustainable seating and lighting design to the core of urban placemaking. Our portfolio ranges from transportation hubs and healthcare centres to school campuses and retail complexes. We work closely with architects, facility managers and industry stake-holders to create customised interiors, making sure they meet the needs of all the people they serve. From our offices in Scandinavia and North America, we’ve become internationally recognised as pioneers of sustainable design. We’re working to make a world-positive impact, and show the industry why making places really matters.

Our approach is to reimagine public spaces and their value to the communities they serve. Passionate about placemaking, designing experiences is an essential part of the public interiors we create. That’s what inspires us to revitalise existing environments, connect consumers to their surroundings and protect the planet along the way. It’s why we’re committed to bringing beauty to sustainability, and to designing furniture that lasts as long as the buildings they live in. We’re creating a new standard for public space, and working for a world where making places really matters.

Our values

Our mission

- We make places matter -
Some say we’re forerunners in sustainable design; if that’s true, what’s next? We’re working to boost the standard of public space interiors as a whole. Our guiding principles are leading us forward, placing sustainability, design excellence and real human needs at the core of all we achieve. We bring nature indoors, connect people to places, and individuals with each other.

Our vision

- Making public space thrive -
We’re setting out to make sustainability the new standard for public space design. We want to reshape industry mindsets, and inspire new corporate beliefs. It’s time to make a world-positive impact by empowering individuals and revitalising the communities they serve. Can indoor spaces create deeper sensory experiences of nature, and make people feel like they belong? We think they can, and that’s why we’ll continue to make public interiors matter even more.