Krost office furniture encourages comfort and functionality, while adding a modern aesthetic to the urban work environment.
May 8th, 2014
This new Sydney CBD office can definitely be commended on both design and functionality. With a combination of sophisticated Krost furnishings and a well thought out floor plan, it’s an office anyone would love to work in. Designate Projects used a combination of Krost products extending throughout working areas, meeting rooms and breakout spaces.
Krost’s Benchwork workstations were used with a combination of Trak accessories including storage boxes, planters and screens. The lime and charcoal screen colours providing a brilliant contrast against the white workstations.Miro S chairs also by Krost were used at all workstations. Miro’s slim profile and polished aluminium detailing on the arms, back and base added a sense of luxury and exclusivity to the space. White Sax chairs looked outstanding around the meeting and conference tables, whilst Hush lounges created a place for informal meetings and quiet work.
Overall, the combination of furnishings and finishes transformed the space into an ultra-modern and inviting office.
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