The Blade Dynamic Monitor Arm
March 26th, 2013
When Fairfax Australia launched their “Evolving Our Workplace” project earlier this year, Bene Furniture approached Integ to collaborate on an efficiency-focussed refit solution. Fairfax wanted to move toward an Activity Based Working approach, and Integ’s newly released Blade Dynamic Monitor Arm was perfectly timed to meet their specifications – an innovative response, preempting changing trends in our workplace.
With an eye for the aesthetic, the ergonomic structure of the Blade Dynamic Monitor Arm combines both style and function. Robust in its strength, the Blade’s arm allows the monitor to position accurately while also ensuring the movement is both smooth and secure, controlled in all directions. Constructed from extruded and powder coated aluminium, and moulded with reinforced nylon, the Blade is in a class of its own.
As a finalist in the DiNZ Best Design Awards 2012, Integ’s design has not only proven its worth in function but also in its style – simple in its beauty, the Blade seeks to compliment rather than intrude your workspace. And with no need for springs or complicated mechanisms, the Blade continues its effortless design, honest in its easy use.
Embracing the increased use of tablets and touch screens in the new workspace models, Integ has produced a unique product that is sure to remain a constant in the evolving work reforms. Allowing for a streamlined, tidy and efficient office area, Integ’s ingenuity may also move to Fairfax’s Melbourne office. It is only a matter of time before other companies follow suit.
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