PDR Now Representing Memo Furniture

PDR is happy to announce that we are now representing Memo Furniture out of Seattle, Washington. Memo creates furniture for shared and transitional spaces that exist across work and life – with a portfolio of seating, tables and casework designed for the human experience. Their philosophy centers around creating a world free of excess and the unnecessary through products that honor the essential and nurture a deeper connection with the object’s fundamental qualities: material, technique and design.

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Here’s a sampling of Memo’s portfolio:


The Penna Collection consists of a lightly scaled Lounge and a trio of companion Occasional Tables. Penna’s inviting forms, material expression, and refined details evoke a sense of balance and optimism.


Chroma is an ensemble of Lounge Seating, Tables, and Ottomans that blends a modern approach with soft welcoming details. The result is a simple expression that compels users through its compositional clarity, playful palette, and inviting open gesture.


Through its tapered lines, soft curves, and diverse range of postures, the Prose Collection honors the beauty of hardwood and the distinctive geometries of seating. The collection features a range of seating and tables, including tandem seating, lounge chairs, side tables, benches, and ottomans.


Chord Tables bring together material compositions, striking in their simplicity and richness. Chord’s layering of material and geometries allow for natural parings of color, texture, and pattern that bring emotive and functional characteristics to the table archetype. Chord Tables are available in three sizes and a broad range of materials.


Array modular casework offers continuity of line, form, and detail across a broad range of standard and custom configurations. The collection includes wall-based storage, work stations, and lavatory configurations. Open line finishes allow for specifications the easily tailor to new and existing interior schemas.

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