Streamlined design and flexibility for the demands of office work are the secret behind Krost’s Vast workstation system.
May 9th, 2011
Based on the philosophy that a workspace should be flexible, easily specifiable and simple to construct, Vast uses just 2 types of components – posts and panels – to create a number of design possibilities.
Vast’s flexibility means that every design is unique and able to meet a specific company’s organisational requirements and culture.
Each individual workstation can be customised through the use of different panels, from fabric, pinboard, glass, whiteboard and embossed metal to hanging storage units.
Also available is an ’invisible’ panel that promotes airflow and encourages communication between staff.
GECA and AFRDI-certified, Vast provides functional, efficiently designed office solutions that can be tailored to meet the needs of any workspace.
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