The beauty and flexibility of modular furniture is unparalleled. As evidenced herein, you can see that configuration and reconfiguration shows no boundaries. Our product of choice (but certainly not limited to) is Herman Miller's Ethospace to which we can restore to its original beauty. As shown, the structure is made of steel which supports all components and coverings. The look and configuration possibilities are only limited by one's imagination. Mouse over photo for information or click for larger pictures.
The steel framework goes in following the floor plan design. This client wanted maximum privacy without having to build full height walls. leaving air space at the top reduces the need for elaborate and expensive heating and air changes.
This image shows the beginning of the installation of the "Tiles" in the frames starting with the glass panels.
Tiles are not inplace...this height of panels also allows the use of lockable doors
Shows the interior desks and overhead storage cabinets.
A bit more of a close up showing the wall supported desk top and overhead storage.
This shows the same height panels but with different placement of the glass panels and also the use of perforated steel panels added for a bit more of an industrial look.
As shown, the use of wood glass and fabric, give a new warm and sophisticated look.
This configuration is used for outside sales people who just have to drop in occasionally to make a call or do some paperwork. Installation in progress
This use of panels let us create a very attractive and functional reception desk. Use of different height panels and surfaces allows us to conform to the ADA accessibility codes
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