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Tsunami Axis, a new place for office furniture



Tsunami Axis, which now operates from Luxembourg, also has a showroom in Frankfurt. (Photo: Tsunami Axis)

Tsunami Axis, which now operates from Luxembourg, also has a showroom in Frankfurt. (Photo: Tsunami Axis)

Previously operating from London and Frankfurt, Tsunami Axis is now also based in Luxembourg and has more than 300 office furniture brands in its portfolio, including well-known brands such as Herman Miller, Knoll and Vitra as well as younger brands such as Hay and Muuto.

Tsunami Axis is a company that has been selling office furniture on a B2B basis for 22 years. It has negotiated agreements in Europe with more than 300 design and office product brands, making it a major player in the sector. Until now, it has been active in the grand duchy from London or Frankfurt, but a month ago it opened offices in Luxembourg.

Its broad portfolio includes the emblematic Herman Miller and Knoll--these two brands having just merged last July to become the MillerKnoll group--Arper, Artemide, Bene, Kartell, Magis, USM and Vitra, as well as younger design brands such as Hay and Muuto.

Tsunami Axis is a privileged partner for architects, interior designers, space managers, but also for small companies looking to design their office space. In addition to selling office furniture and equipment, Tsunami Axis offers space planning services.

On top of the price offer that Tsunami Axis can provide, its added value also lies in its ability to advise its customers through the multitude of brands it represents in order to respond to the ecological, well-being and value issues developed by each customer company. It assists them in defining their needs, then in the choice of furniture options, right through to the final stage of delivery and assembly. Tsunami Axis’ clients already include UBS, Amazon and One Group, where it is currently based.

This story was first published in French on Paperjam. It has been translated and edited for Delano.