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. Zone is designed to be very versatile, allowing users maximum flexibility, while the strong yet lightweight frame supports a range of screen and […]
November 21st, 2008
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.
Zone is designed to be very versatile, allowing users maximum flexibility, while the strong yet lightweight frame supports a range of screen and worktop finishes.
Our new Zone Blade system allows all cables to reticulate inside the legs for a clean modest approach that is aesthetically pleasing and functional.
“QUAD” is an articulated workstation system with linear geometric form and a sharp angular minimalist appearance.
The latest addition to the QUAD family is the “QUAD PDB”, an almost limitless capacity duct with integrated power & data above desk outlets on the face. All power & data cables run inside the PDB, hidden away from sight, providing protection & security with the ability of easy access when reconfiguring. It can also provides shelving, magnetic pin board and monitors arms. All finishes and materials can be tailored to your specification
Their other systems, [sixty-6] and ZONE offer a lightweight, sophisticated slim-line feel.
All systems are fully GECA approved and certified as being environmentally sustainable products, with maximum Green Building Council -Green-star rating.
High inventory levels of QUAD, ZONE and [sixty-6] mean lead times are kept to a minimum and any complex installations are not a problem. Their strong service orientation ensures seamless on time delivery.
Please check the website for more details at headofficegroup.com
Delivery time: 3- 5 weeks
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