Among the standout products showcased at the 2011 FX Design Awards in London was CASINO by Thinking Ergonomix.
December 8th, 2011
Thinking Ergonomix have become somewhat of a fixture at London’s FX International Interior Design Awards, further solidifying their design credentials at this year’s ceremony on 29 November.
The FX Design Awards bring together design talent from the UK and around the globe, recognising the best in interior products and projects.
The CASINO mobile storage range was named a finalist in the Office Furniture category at the 2011 Awards in recognition of its standout design and functionality.
This follows Thinking Ergonomix’s win last year in the Workplace System Furniture category for their EONA table range.
The judges praised CASINO for its well thought out design, bringing new elements to a standard piece of office furniture. CASINO has a fully moulded and integrated seat pad, graphics on the side for branding or way finding, soft close drawer runners and an integrated handle on the larger caddy version for ease of movement. CASINO is available in a 2 drawer and 3 drawer mobile pedestal, as well as a tambour door caddy.
Most importantly, CASINO continues Thinking Ergonomix’s Corporate and Social Responsibility program. Sheet metal off-cuts from the CASINO frame are used to make baking trays, which are then donated to families in need.
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