Storage system specialist, CSM have revitalised their established Australian brand with a new look, new services and range of products.
September 1st, 2009
Australian owned and manufactured, CSM is catering to specifiers and designers with flexible, customisable products.
“Our new product range is designer-focussed, offering a versatility of choice in facia, finishes and more,” says CSM’s Business Development Manager, Bryan Jack.
Headlining their product range is the ’Evolution’ external sliding door cabinet, which has proved extremely popular with customers for its adaptability and space efficiency. As well, ’Evolution’ allows for numerous customisation options.
“The sliding doors are available in steel, glass or laminate; clients can create their own perforated design, or choose finishes [with patterns, textures or colours] to suit their office fit-outs,” says Jack.
Also available with personalised perforated design, is CSM’s range of cabinet mounted and freestanding planter boxes, which can be easily incorporated into any office setting.
“With our ’Rolling Storage’ range, we also encourage clients to experiment with graphics on the facia panels, bringing something new to the previously plain steel panels, says Jack.
The facia graphics, in particular, have been used to great effect in projects such as Mirvac’s Sydney headquarters. “The rolling storage installation we did for Mirvac has a London night scape pictured across the entire rolling storage unit; it’s about eight metres long and forms the backdrop to their office.”
Another popular product is CSM’s ’Bite’ mobile pedestal, which ’bites’ into, and slides along continuous office benches. ’Bite’ provides extra storage and accessories while doubling as a personal divider.
Strengthening their new range of products, says Jack, is CSM’s team of experienced marketing and industrial design professionals, all of whom have a thorough understanding of the design and fit-out process and a keen interest in developing new ideas in office storage.
For more information please contact:
(61 2) 9540 2111
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