RJ Workspace’s Pike office furniture provides versatile and stylish workstation solutions.
December 22nd, 2010
RJ Workspace released Pike in June 2010 and has had an outstanding response due to the office furniture collection’s superior aesthetics and advanced functionality.
Pike is built around a structural beam element that combines strength and the practicality of height adjustable leg supports.
The elements can be configured into a linear bench, single and back to back, 90 degree and 120 degree workstations, or free standing executive furniture.
This multi-functionality allows Pike to adapt to any office structure permutation.
RJ Workspace’s motto is driven by design, and Pike is yet another example of the company’s commitment to designing and developing products that provide innovative and customised solutions in response to customers’ needs.
Locally owned and locally manufactured, RJ Workspace products combine quality workmanship with the best Australian and internationally sourced components.
Sleek, multi-functional and strong, the Pike range by RJ Workspace provides truly individual workspaces that reflect the changing spatial and privacy requirements of the modern office.
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