Set in the heart of the Edinburgh World Heritage site, Panmure House was the home of Scottish Economist Adam Smith and as such was the hub of the Scottish Enlightenment Movement in the 18th Century.
Now in the safe hands of the Edinburgh Business School, the building has been re-energised and brought back to life to provide a venue for debate and discussion once more.
Tangram worked closely with Studio SP to specify a stackable solid timber chair which was in keeping with the crafted qualities of the building and could be used in both the reading room and the lecture room.
The Manila chair from Andreu World in Spain was selected but in a bespoke finish of solid oak with upholstery from Svensson.
Simpla folding tables from Howe were also provided for use across the multi-functional spaces often found in contract interiors.