The workplace is changing and so is the way we look at storage solutions. CSM’s Evolution Series is conceived with the continual evolution of the workplace in mind.
December 18th, 2013
Understated, beautiful yet functional; the refined exterior gives no hint of the advanced production process behind its simple geometric forms. This seamless aesthetic allows a modular run of units, creating a strong, central spine that can be used to anchor the layout of elements around it.
Designed and manufactured in Sydney to order, ensures every Evolution cabinet is perfectly tailored to its environment. The wide colour and finishes palette, multiple perforation patterns, as well as options for timber or laminate tops adds further customisation to compliment any interior.
Constructed from powder coated zinc seal steel, the feel is robust and strong. CSM’s marque door system is light, responsive and smooth running. Easily reconfigurable for any evolving space.
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