What is the difference between modern office furniture and traditional office furniture?


1. Differences in appearance and structure Compared with the traditional office furniture, the appearance and shape of modern office furniture have changed a lot. The overall shape is very simple and fashionable. The angle design is hierarchical, the material is mostly solid wood, the mortise and tenon connection method, and the carving and hollowing process appear. The overall appearance style looks very elegant, and the symmetry of the overall structure is emphasized. However, modern office furniture abandons many complex and rigid designs. Relatively speaking, the structure is relatively simple. Office furniture pursues modern beauty and is convenient and practical, which is very common in modern office enterprises. 2. The difference in material From the point of view of materials, traditional office furniture is mainly made of solid wood, which looks relatively stable and atmospheric. However, in modern society, due to various factors, the wood of office furniture is very scarce. Therefore, manufacturers are looking for other ways and starting to use a lot of Modern office furniture is made of new materials such as glass, metal, plate, etc., which not only enhances the fashion of office furniture, but also makes office furniture look more life-like. Green.

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