A minimalist aesthetic belies a thoroughly engineered product with Zenith’s Rumba Workstation.
April 29th, 2011
Clean and simple in its design, Rumba has a strong, bold style further underlined by its firmly grounded stance.
Rumba displays stability, rigidity and strength in its screens and table tops, even when the table top is set at maximum height.
Fasteners and workstation mechanisms are hidden from view so as not to disturb the workstation’s smooth, clean lines.
A key feature of the Rumba workstation is its versatility. The standard workstation has a height adjustment of 610-900mm, with 700-1100mm for the sit-stand workstation.
Rumba is compatible with Zenith’s complete range of screens.
It can be positioned into almost any configuration imaginable, with a minimal kit of parts that ensures office layout changes are hassle free.
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