Forma Furniture helps furnish Lincoln Center
Travis Garrish owner of Forma Furniture stated, “The Lincoln Center project was a great collaborative effort. We furnished a variety of areas such as the entry, hallways and bar along with the exterior upstairs patio; to create an inviting new environment for the performance hall. It was exciting to be part of the process leading up to the re-opening of the Lincoln Center. Forma Furniture is grateful to be a part of 'keeping it local' and working with the arts community."
On the commercial side of the business Forma Furniture has supplied interior furnishings to a variety of businesses regionally which includes: Spooner’s Frozen Yogurt in addition to a variety of law, engineering, professional offices and the current Discovery Center Museum project. Forma Furniture offers a wide variety of commercial and residential furniture design applications to suit all needs.
The Lincoln Center is one of Colorado’s largest and most diverse presenters of professional theatre, dance, music, visual arts and children’s programs. Since undergoing an $8.2 million renovation in 2011, the Lincoln Center now has a facility that matches the superior quality of its programming, featuring two performing arts spaces (an 1,180-seat performance hall and a 224-seat theatre), a visual art gallery, ballroom and conference facilities, and a rooftop deck.
Forma Furniture opened in 2004 to offer attractive functional furniture from Scandinavia, via showcasing the Ekornes Stressless brand of recliners and sofas. Forma is the largest Ekornes Stressless dealer in Colorado. The store evolved into a furniture showcase encompassing Scandinavian, contemporary and eclectic designs. Forma Furniture guarantees both residential and commercial customers satisfaction - from the selection process, value and product quality.
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