Cruze office furniture keeps workers on their toes, creating a stimulating and collaborative work environment.
June 29th, 2010
Bevisco, a wholly Australian owned and operated commercial furniture manufacturer, has created this new workstation system specifically to reflect the needs of Generation Y.
Culturally, the brief called for a system that allowed open communication in a stimulating and collaborative work environment.
Cruze was also required to reflect Gen Y’s minimalist technology needs. Cable management needed to be flexible, transparent and easily accessible.
The vibrant orange and white coloured U-shaped desks have been designed to produce an open-plan and interactive workspace.
Low, translucent orange screens between desks are optional to encourage communication between workers and the personal storage units tucked away discretely under each worktop double up as stools.
In an increasingly paperless world, individual storage space is reduced to a minimum, and is perched above each desk to keep worktops free from clutter.
Not only does Cruze’s lightweight steel design allow flexible reconfiguration for any office layout, but its simple design and use of materials also ensures it is cost-effective.
Manufactured under a certified ISO 14001 EMS, Cruze joins Bevisco’s broad range of environmentally sustainable products.
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