Zenith Interiors has launched the Orbis work desk range, a refined and elegant solution for modern workspaces.
February 1st, 2016
The Orbis range is a malleable collection of desks, allowing a changing of heights to suit standing, sitting or reclining work environments. The chair allows for the support of individual, shared, focus and collaborative work modes, and can be transformed and customized to meet the clients individual requirement.
This modern desk solution enables a sense of freedom for the user, allowing them to work how they want, both individually and as a team.
With a high focus on enhancing the end users feeling of wellbeing, Orbis has been built has a 610mm to 900mm, for sitting, and 610mm to 1230mm for sitting to stand. Together with its superior German mechanisms and patented designed wire management system, Orbis is a stand out in the modern world of desk chairs.
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