A flexible solution for office spaces launching at SiD 2010.
June 29th, 2010
For the last 20 years Maxton Fox have been in partnership with Italian designers Tecno, but this year’s SiD sees the launch of an entirely evolutive work system.
Conceived to meet the needs of the creative office, based on three key words – ‘reshape’, ‘adapt’ and ‘evolve’ – the system is about adapting to the changes in the office environment.
Thanks to its components and logic, Beta can be configured into spaces for intensive solo tasks, for knowledge sharing or for informal meetings, bringing the creative office into a new era.
The Beta System is easily customisable and able to be adapted to manage different privacy levels.
The ’Evolutive’ variations manage the workplace differently, merging formal and informal working areas and optimising the use of space.
It has been specifically designed to enhance knowledge sharing and arrange ancillary spaces for soft working.
The use of Beta ’Basic’ desks allows a higher density in the office, enabling the creation of islands of multiple workplaces making them also suitable for environments requiring a traditional layout.
It is also a 100% recyclable product.
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