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Innovation, quality, design and eco-sustainability in Office Furnishings

Office furniture

Manerba produces a vast range of executive and functional office furniture, reception desks, archives and partition walls as well as chairs and seating for offices and home offices.

Italian design meets office furniture

Italian design, high quality, sustainable products, speedy delivery, made-to-measure solutions and support with planning your office: these are the keys to Manerba's credibility. Based in Mantova with its production facility located in nearby Gazzuolo, Manerba has been planning design solutions for office furnishings for over forty years.

Quality furnishings

Quality is the mainstay of its industrial imprinting along with the most requested elements today - speedy delivery, made-to-measure solutions, support in the planning phase - all made possible thanks to a structure organized around the logistics of contract, along with a specialized Technical Office.
MANERBA productions in fact revolve around operating and executive design systems, such as K_word and Revo, that have both been awarded the prestigious Good Design Award; setups for reception areas like Beauty Touch, table and desks systems like Click ; modular boxes like Thin Box, wall partitioning systems like Manto, drawer units and new seating collections like Sediamoci and the new Eco_Range, which is a line of eco-friendly furniture designed with technologies aimed to reduce environmental impact.

Operative furniture

Manerba is a leader among Italian companies for the production of operative office furniture, with its wide and varied collections k_word, click operative and click_eco.

Contract services

Over the years Manerba has gained specific skills in made-to-measure supplies. The firm’s mission to accompany customers as their needs progress, leads to the development of technical and commercial skills markedly focussed on customised projects and followed in close collaboration with the Research & Development office. Preparatory work includes not only the furnishing layout, but also feasibility studies, researching new materials, verifying compliance with standards, carrying out technical surveys and on-the-spot inspections, sampling, prototypes and renderings.