Bulo
  • Offer Profile
  • Provides office environment services such as space planning and offers office furniture systems.
Product Portfolio
  • Executive

    • Desk

    • Van Duysen managed to scale his architecture down to a desk, built up with various lacquered panels, complemented with fabrics. The raised panels create an intimate workspace. The executive desk is realised in wenge veneer with edges in veneer. Freestanding drawer units, sliding door cabinets and meeting tables complete the range. The sober colour palette refers to old office furniture.
    • Double You

    • With Double You, the Swiss designer Hannes Wettstein establishes a very innovative vision on office organisation, taking the concept of collective use as a starting point. Contrary to the individual and the shared workspace, the Double You system is not defined. The user is free to decide the size of the desk according to the amount of work and time pressure within his environment.  As such, a new kind of dynamic flexibility arises, from which both the employee and the employer can benefit. The success of a modern company is highly determined by the creativity of its employers, and that creativity is stimulated when one, preferably in a flexible and informal environment, can work and discuss with others.
    • H2O

    • In 1994, Bulo invited the Antwerp-based architect duo Claire Bataille and Paul ibens to design a desk. The duo came up with H2O, a simple piece that can be configured in various ways. H2O is a timeless rendition of the classic worktable: a plain rectangular, adjustable top with an aluminium support. H2O equals transparency, timelessness and simplicity. The table can function equally well as a work, meeting or dining table and fits in both classic and modern interiors.
       
    • M M2 M3

    • The M collection is based on a classical "refectory" style offering increased space with the same features and finishes as M2. Supported by a minimum of two and a maximum of six containers, M can be used as a hot desking system for more than one person or as a director's desk.
    • Normal

    • Normal is a contemporary rendition of the classic worktable: pure measurements, balanced proportions and materials that appeal to the senses. Normal consists of a wide top and two chests of drawers. These veneered segments are affixed to each other by way of a steel element. Following in the Bauhaus tradition, the assembly system of the furniture is kept deliberately visible. As is true with Nouvel’s architecture itself, the formal language of Normal is based on notions such as “open and closed”, surface and volume. The monumental desk, the meeting table and the filing cabinets that complete this collection radiate a feeling for modern luxury and warm elegance.
  • Functional

    • grID

    • GrID is a flexible and modular furniture system, offering solutions for new developments on the project market, enabling individual work stations, shared work benches as well as standing units. The desk are individually height adjustable(manually or electrically) or have a fixed height and comply with the most recent European standards regarding ergonomics (en 527 -1/2/3). The modular grid allows many desk combinations of different work stations. The architectural language is inspired on the rigid design of the Dutch “Stijl” movement.
    • Kei

    • Last year, the BuloDesigners developed Kei, a new modular desk concept with the organic form of a pebble serving as the starting point and the chaotic-harmonic overall image of a pebble beach as the architectural finishing point. Setting out from the 'new architecture' we present an organic furniture piece that is both sober and elegant AND following the 'playmobilisimo' trend that has greatly influenced its styling as a result of the success of the virtual world. Desks as pebble shapes are eminently suited to create beautifully organic combinations. These new shared hubs are flexible: one, two or seven pebbles can be fitted together in a myriad of different ways and are easily regrouped. Acoustic and linked wall elements serve as a flexible separation between the individual workstations. These lightweight walls are easy to move around and can be adjusted to suit all different shapes. The dividers also act as notice boards and come in fashionable powder box pink and timeless black. In developing Kei, we pursued simplicity, in style and in implementation. This has resulted in a single work top shape and one single colour. A table top in lily-white with an elegant support frame in coffee bean black. The tricot fabric-upholstered dividers are available in different colours bringing the appropriate ambience desired. To the customers, this boils down to a simple and understandable concept: one desk as a building stone in a flexible organisation. We are promoting 'collective individuality', much in the same way as cells in a living organism, or pebbles on a beach.
    • Mtoo

    • Of all Bulo designs, it is probably the M2 that has gone on to become an icon in the truest sense. Several museums have purchased M2 by dint of its revolutionary concept: in 1996, the 1m2 designed by Luc Vincent and the Bulo Design Team, had been a highly innovative furniture piece. Worldwide, architects lauded the M2 on the merit of its shape and function. M2 is an individual workstation that has been reconceived by the BuloDesigners whilst retaining its basic concept: a drawer unit, a base plate and a floating worktop.
      Mtoo retains this qualities as well the square metre concept, be it no longer in a square shape, moving along with IT developments and the fact that ultimately the paperless office has proved to be unfeasible. The biggest innovations in place act in response to the new functions and emotions that are expected from the 21st century desk. ‘New functions’ meaning the M2’s individual height adjustment and the various accessories that serve to facilitate filing and sorting. As to the ‘new emotions’, we are creating an optimum sense of well-being. A carpet by way of a base plate for example allows users to kick off their shoes and work on bare feet, only stimulating their sense of freedom. A vase of flowers or a plant that is nicely integrated helps to reduce stress. Standard, each Mtoo comes with a cushion for a short power nap. Studies have shown a short siesta enhances efficiency, for the employee as well as for the employer. ‘New emotions’ also means refined styling in terms of details and materials used. Mtoo is only available in ‘timeless white’ powder coated MDF and is entirely uni-coloured. This only serves to further underscore the icon quality of the Mtoo, turning the desk into an architectural object. Mtoo places the individual centre stage, reflecting the ‘Love your office –Back to work’ philosophy.
    • Desk

    • Van Duysen managed to scale his architecture down to a compact piece of furniture, built up with various lacquered panels, complemented with fabrics. The raised panels create an intimate workspace. The smooth edges are realised in Corian. Freestanding drawer units, sliding door cabinets and meeting tables complete the range.
      The sober colour palette refers to old office furniture. DESK can be set up as a one-person executive desk, as a two-and four desk and can be expanded into a work island. In this way the furniture acts as “domestic architecture” in a space.
    •  Double You

    • With Double You, the Swiss designer Hannes Wettstein establishes a very innovative vision on office organisation, taking the concept of collective use as a starting point. Contrary to the individual and the shared workspace, the Double You system is not defined. The user is free to decide the size of the desk according to the amount of work and time pressure within his environment.
      As such, a new kind of dynamic flexibility arises, from which both the employee and the employer can benefit. The success of a modern company is highly determined by the creativity of its employers, and that creativity is stimulated when one, preferably in a flexible and informal environment, can work and discuss with others.
    • H2O

    • In 1994, Bulo invited the Antwerp-based architect duo Claire Bataille and Paul ibens to design a desk. The duo came up with H2O, a simple piece that can be configured in various ways. H2O is a timeless rendition of the classic worktable: a plain rectangular, adjustable top with an aluminium support. H2O equals transparency, timelessness and simplicity. The table can function equally well as a work, meeting or dining table and fits in both classic and modern interiors.
      H2O HUB is developed in reponse to the ever increasing demand for work platforms.Table modules in different sizes can be used as stand-alone units or can be linked together. In that case the legs in the middle are replaced by a central support. A highly user friendly cable management and a series of shelves and screens allow the user to personalise its work space.
    • M M2 M3

    • A risky design when released in 1996, M2 has now become a classic that has found its way to offices and design museums alike. Aptly named due to its one sq. m. shape, M2’s merits as a compact computer workstation are evident. Its unique shape provides for additional space all the while effectively functioning as a worktable. The design still surprises with its proportions and simple ingenuity (the square top seems to lean on the floor on one side). The diverse materials and range of colour choices, with the Smarties line offering bright hues, are not to be overlooked.
    • KRS

    • No office is complete without a reliable and user-friendly filing cabinet. Apart from paper documents and files, modern data carriers such as cd-roms, floppy discs and opticals ask for a well-organised classification system. KRS is Bulo's answer to the need for a modern filing cabinet: a solid closet with roll down shutters that allows for different organisational possibilities and in which space can be maximized. The KRS has many advantages. The synch mechanism allows for both shutters to be opened and closed at the same time, almost silently, while the Bulosafe number lock guarantees a key-less entry and rock solid security. What’s more, the materials offered are pre-determined with extensive use in mind. The backside can also be upholstered, allowing the KRS to be used as a dividing wall or a reception desk.
  • Seating

    • Pub & Club

    • With ribbed velvet and leather, soft cushions and broad armrests, the Pub & Club transcends the functional aspect of the desk chair through its luxurious comfort and playful aesthetics. The Pub & Club is perfect for an informal talk or for quiet reflection. The chair makes working more human, cosy, almost intimate. As the perfect antidote to the rigid office chair, the Pub & Club lends a warm and “lounge-y touch” to the often technocratic, uniformed work environment.
    • Tab chair

    • TAB CHAIR is a versatile chair, designed for both the private and the project market. Its large bended back makes it comfortable and relaxing chair. The chair is stackable and can be juxtaposed in an original manner to meet any group needs. TAB CHAIR is available on cantilever frame or central chassis with or without castors. Berteau has successfully combined elegance, creativity and discipline. He has captured the essence of our current way of using a seat.
    • Chair

    • CHAIR is the new office chair collection, designed by Vincent van Duysen for Bulo. The refined chair is characterised by pure lines, a specific profile, remarkable ergonomic qualities and the use of innovative materials. The height adjustment knobs are made of ceramic, which is pleasant to the touch. The colours of the covering, the frame and the side profile can be attuned, thus creating a monochromic chair.
  • Tailor made

  • Tailor made solutions

  • Especially for you, we create tailor-made solutions for your office or home environment. Anything from reception rooms and meeting points up to board rooms and management conference rooms: you and your requirements always take central place. The solutions Bulo puts forward are creative and offer the very highest quality with a keen eye to detail, embodying a sense of aesthetics, and certain to blend with your setting in perfect harmony. Add to this our impeccable service, from the point of taking measurements right up to installation.
    • Reception desks

    • Meeting tables

    • Meeting points

    • Storage units

    • Workstations

  • Carte Blanchee

  • Especially for you, we create tailor-made solutions for your office or home environment. Anything from reception rooms and meeting points up to board rooms and management conference rooms: you and your requirements always take central place. The solutions Bulo puts forward are creative and offer the very highest quality with a keen eye to detail, embodying a sense of aesthetics, and certain to blend with your setting in perfect harmony. Add to this our impeccable service, from the point of taking measurements right up to installation.
    •  Hilde

    • “HILDE” is a table that acts as a desk or a desk that can also be used as a table. The surface of the table is a hollow ‘sandwich panel’ that serves as an oversized conduit. Options include a socket, outbox or pen holder clipped into the cable duct. It is possible to transform the table into a desk by putting a drawer unit underneath the table.  And why no cutlery or glasses in the set of drawers? Hilde is a FUNCTIONAL TABLE to work on, eat on, or to hide under. For Carte Blanche I designed a multi-purpose piece of furniture for myself and for everyone else too.
    • Table Blanche

    • This table has the virginity of unpainted canvas. I wanted to return to the pure form of a table, like a child would draw it.
    • Quasi Normal

    • Quasi Normal or ‘nearly normal’ to this architect is the most direct way of creating a product which one the one hand best expresses his imagination and sensuality whilst maintaining regard for functional aspects on the other hand.The desk consists of a plywoord worktop in beech finish covered with a phenol laminate in a redbrown colouring, two drawer units made from steel which can be turned in any direction, a storage element and a monitor support. The drawer units and the storage element come in a grey lacquer finish.
    • R-born

    • The basic conception for the R-bOrn design is a cube with 730 mm joist. the supporting structure in stainless steel has double the volume of the cube. On the work top; which comes in a Eterspan finish, the golden cut was used.
    • Schraag

    • The basic idea behind the Carte Blanche concept, created in 1996, is to invite creative people to express their vision of the ideal workplace, free from any constraints.
    • Spine

    • Spine, a table redefining construction and form. The top showing the construction of the support. The legs are dissymmetrically placed; one leg on each short side and two legs on one wide side, thus leaving the other wide side free of legs.
    • Studiolo

    • The notion Studiolo is common in the Italian renaissance period, it consists of a writing table and a seat shaped like a throne. A studiolo may take different forms, adapted to the user’s needs and job function. The Studiolo concept by Annabelle d’Huart is inspired by Liberatore’s painting the Annunciation in the Pinacoteca in Perugia. Maria is pictured between a writing desk and a seat in the form of a throne. Studio is large yet compact. The simplicity of its functional lines are uninterrupted. Two tops, two shelve units serving as support with a bookcase replacing the throne, give the ability to fill the office space according to the individual needs.
    • Easy Rider

    • For the Carte Blanche collection, Venlet created a mobile desk-seat. Often confronted with unconfortable seating in waiting areas at airports, Venlet wanted to unite the function of seating and working for a while (laptop, mobile,…) in one product. The chair has an integrated seat and back (or armrest), supported by chrome or lacquered (Ral 7021) legs. The chair is available on wheels or glides.
      Easy Rider is suitable for a range of applications including lobbies, hotel lounges, waiting areas of airports, libraries, cybercafés, museums, etc. and for domestic use ‘Easy Rider’ was selected by Max Borka as the official chair for the Interieur 02 biennial.
    • Love Table

    • Everybody working at the same table whilst having their own individual workspace, this is the concept forged by architect-designer Edouard François with his Love Table. Providing a large, up to 35-metre length table made from multiply with cell-shaped recesses produces a large single shared desk, thereby conceiving of the space as a place which holds the middle ground between an individual desk which is often found to be too isolated and an open space layout which in turn is often experienced as being too noisy and too impersonal. Here it is the furniture piece in itself which organises the space of its own accord as it were.