Enhancing comfort and quality of life with furniture for dining, lounge, bar, bedrooms, recreation, reception and public spaces.
UFL specialises in providing design solutions to meet the specific needs of the rapidly evolving retirement, supported living and residential care realm — a sector we call Senior Living.
Our goal is to strip the sector of its utilitarian past, and contribute to its stylish and design forward future. With an in-house team of trained design professionals, we support architects, interior designers and end users with a refreshed, considered approach.
Furniture that’s specifically designed for comfort, relaxation and safety enhances resident experience at all stages, while meeting the functional, ergonomic and hygiene demands of healthcare and aged care environments.
Senior Living design has undoubtedly entered a new era and we’re proud to help drive this transition. By using contemporary, beautiful, design-led furniture, we also satisfy residents with discerning taste and style – making it amore appealing move from private homes into senior living
Key Capabilities /
- UFL furniture is fully customisable.We regularly work alongside designers and end-users to create bespoke pieces
- Making Senior Living environments aspirational rather than institutional
- High quality European and New Zealand made furniture
- Wide range of options to fit various budgets
- Solutions to meet your functional, ergonomic and hygiene needs
Working closely with Auckland based architects Chowhill, and designer Catherine Stormont, we delivered warmth, practicability and design-forward solutions for communal spaces, including the lobby, lounge, recreation room, café, restaurant and bar, boardroom and day spa
Our latest project: St Andrews Village, Auckland.
Fitting the brief perfectly were products from Spanish design house Andreu World, Enea and Sellex, as well as celebratedItalian furniture houses Arper and LaCividina. We sourced dining chairs, dining tables, barstools, sofas, coffee tables, outdoor seating and tables. It was essential that the pieces had comfort and relaxation at the forefront, while also delivering on ergonomics, support and durability — a must when it comes to aged care — without comprising on style.
Architect – Chow:Hill
Designer – Catherine Stormont
Project Completed – 2020
Photography – Mark Scowen