The new office solution from Sedus is a paired, modular workstation with individually height-adjustable desks
February 4th, 2013
The new office solution from Sedus is a paired, modular workstation that gives individual freedom with minimal form.
The Temptation Twin consists of two, individually height-adjustable desks standing on only one set of legs.
There are three height-adjustment versions – telescopic, lever or motorised. The telescopic and lever versions reach heights between 650 – 850mm, and the motorised version reaches heights between 650 – 1250 mm.
Motorised height-adjustment is smooth and silent, and the best option for staff who wish to alternate between sitting and standing at the desk.
Important both for aesthetics and OH&S, the cable routing system of the Temptation Twin is one of its most impressive qualities, and a highlight of its modularity is that, whether grouped in bench or spine formation, there is complete cable management.
The Temptation Twin comes in a range of real wood and laminate finishes in single colours or wood decors, and each workstation can be customised with a PC housing mount, laptop holder, monitor bracket, desk-mounted screen and function bridge for storage elements/accessories.
The modularity and individual freedom of the Temptation Twin encourages both collaborative and focussed work, and its attention to personal ergonomics will make it welcome in any work environment.
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