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A Drive for Quality

The contract furniture business loves its standards. At Geiger, we must love standards even more, since ours are so much higher than everyone else's.

When master cabinetmaker John Geiger established the four-person woodworking shop that grew into the Geiger brand, his drive for perfection set the standards for craftsmanship and customer satisfaction we continue to strive toward today.

Our manufacturing facilities in Atlanta, Georgia and Hildebran, North Carolina (near the furniture center of Hickory) look quite a bit different than that humble woodworking shop. Computer-assisted industrial routers shape chair frames, ultraviolet light cures wood stains, and other high-tech equipment whirs alongside seasoned craftspeople with know-how earned over decades in the furniture business. It all works together to create furniture of a singular character, moving the execution of our designs closer to perfection.

Today, designers such as Naoto Fukasawa and Mark Goetz cite our exacting standards as part of the reason they choose to work with Geiger. We meet their vision at the apex of craft and technology, all in an effort to address the functional needs of our customers with beautifully understated sophistication.

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Veteran craftspeople bring decades of experience to the hand-assembly and -finishing of our most intricate Geiger products at our Atlanta facility.

Expressions of Quality

John Geiger’s Passion

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