A smart addition to the open plan office, Soto II is a modular solution to a multi-faceted problem
September 3rd, 2012
With the increase in the rollout of mobile offices and the prevalence of ’hot-desk’ work practices, SOTO II work tools from Steelcase have been designed to help mobile workers get set-up, organized and productive – more quickly and efficiently.
Helping to define a space these products create a sense of ownership, ensure quick personalization and organization of space, and provide easy access to personal devices whilst retaining the core practice of mobile desking.
Comprised of three key elements that assist and enable the transient user, SOTO II allows privacy and encourages cleanliness.
Screen, Launchpad and Caddy all play vital roles in equipping the user with the tools to get the most out of their time and environment.
The integrated stowage and power supplies accommodate the worker without the need for drawers, whilst the screening component enhances the sense of privacy without the need create individual offices or section off entire areas.
The time invested in the design research and subsequent modularity of this ingenious collection has proven to established it as the leader in its category.
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