Head Office Group – leading manufacturers of Australian made and owned commercial systems furniture.
February 2nd, 2009
Twenty years of workstation and office furniture experience ensures Head Office Group can provide architects, interior designers, project managers and builders with the latest in Australian made and owned commercial systems furniture.
The perfect example of this experience is the ‘QUAD’ system – an articulated workstation system, with linear geometric form, and a sharp, minimalist appearance. The ‘QUAD PDB’ workstation incorporates an almost limitless capacity duct with integrated power & data outlets on the face above the desktop.
All power & data cables run inside the ‘PDB’, hidden out of sight, providing protection and security, with the ability of easily access when reconfiguring. The workstation also provides shelving, magnetic pin boards and monitor arms. All finishes and materials can be tailored to designer’s specifications.
Head Office Group’s other systems, ‘[sixty-6]’ and ‘ZONE’ also offer a lightweight, sophisticated slim-line feel. All their systems are fully GECA approved and certified as ‘environmentally sustainable products’, with maximum Green Building Council –‘Green-star’ rating.
High inventory levels of ‘QUAD’, ‘[sixty-6]’ and ‘ZONE’ mean lead times are kept to a minimum and any complex installations are not a problem. The company’s strong service orientation ensures seamless on-time delivery, every time.
Please visit the Head Office Group website for more details – headofficegroup.com
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