A refreshing commercial fit out from a leading manufacturer.
February 10th, 2010
When Sydney Water set out to develop their Potts Hill site, they called on Maxton Fox to supply some 90% of the furniture required.
In need of an efficient system that optimised office space, the fit out required a modern solution for the design of commercial site.
For the workstations, Maxton Fox’s System 100 from the KK Series was chosen for its ability to handle large amounts of power and data cabling.
Using the 120 degree 6 cluster workstations with GECA accreditation, the system provided the office with the required work and storage space.
Breakout benches, toilet and shower partitions, mobile and fixed storage units manufactured by Maxton Fox were all used – as well as lockers, custom joinery plant boxes and a range of timber seating and plywood ottomans.
Wall tambour storage units were specially designed to accommodate for large amounts of documentation, freeing the workstations from large amounts of clutter.
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