Minimal components and inbuilt flexibility make for a versatile desk-based furniture system.
November 1st, 2011
Vie from Head Office Group is the workstation system for the modern office.
Vie can be configured in many different ways, adapting to the changing needs of a contemporary work environment.
From linear workstations, 120 degree workstations and L-shape workstations to offices and tables, the Vie system can be quickly assembled and re-assembled into a multitude of solutions.
The secret to the Vie system is its minimal components. Structural simplicity makes for maximum flexibility, without compromising on elegance, quality or beautiful design.
Vie has GECA’s tick of approval and comes with a 10 year warranty. Manufactured in Australia, the system can be made to order in custom sizes, with exceptionally short lead times.
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