Thinking Ergonomix continue to make a mark with their internationally renowned designs, most recently EONA and now CASINO.
November 1st, 2011
Fresh from their win at London’s FX Design Award in 2010 and Australian International Design Award in 2011 with their EONA table base design, Thinking Ergonomix bring us the CASINO mobile storage range.
CASINO is already making people sit up and notice, having received an Australian International Design Mark and been shortlisted for the 2011 FX Design Awards (to be announced later this month).
CASINO features an integrated seat pad made from Porous Expanded Polypropylene (PEPP) and soft-close drawers. The system can be customised with interchangeable graphics for ’wayfinding’ or incorporating design themes throughout the office.
In keeping with Thinking Ergonomix’s commitment to corporate and social responsibility, the sheet metal off-cuts from the CASINO frame are recycled into baking trays and donated to charity organisations to provide for families in need.
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