Entity is an ergonomic, up to date and smart series of workstations intentionally created for the current architecture of office spaces.
February 22nd, 2012
Made from top quality materials and finishes, Entity transforms the office in the most stylish and elegant way. Perfectly considered for shared work space, Entity increases functionality and convenience whilst providing space and privacy. The workstations are designed for saving space and fostering a pure and efficient environment.
Entity’s clever design sees the elimination of visible bearing elements. The workstations allow for the insertion of accessories creating infinite surfaces that can be easily reconfigured. Adjustable legs allow for the desk to be set from a minimum height of 62cm up to a maximum of 85cm. The central rail is set for the application of screens, flipping doors for inspection of wiring management and multipurpose accessories.
Entity is made with the greatest care, precision to detail and from high grade materials. Available in numerable options with desks and storage unit finishes in White, Walnut, Light Oak, Dark Oak or Maple. Frames in either aluminium or white powder-coated steel.
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