Dynamic and versatile, the Ten Up 2 system is characterised by the elegant motion of the leg as well as its slim profile
August 20th, 2012
Stripping the design process right back, Sinetica’s in-depth analysis of the end user and new working methodologies has resulted in a system that expresses both the operational functionality and directional character of the workplace.
With the evolution of work practices and individual office requirements Sinetica has responded with more adaptive elements that support individual needs.
Curved and straight edged components allow for extensive configurations, when coupled with the variety of colours and finishes on offer, the Ten Up workstation becomes a complementary extension of your workplace’s interior design aethetic.
Where fixed screens once partitioned desk space, a new bar system affords greater customization: shelves, filing systems, integrated lighting, dividers and more can now be added and removed to best suit.
With Ten Up 2 it is possible to create different compositions for different environments, from workstations to communal meeting tables to comprehensive office suites.
Ergonomically conscious, Ten Up 2 offers variable height settings, allowing for adjustment of the system to meet the limitations and wants of the user – not demanding they adapt to meet the furniture.
Having been selected for use in the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Project, Ten Up 2 has proven itself a workstation that supports the needs of workers with or without disabilities, still supporting the progressive culture and high productivity within the organisation.
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