Seibu Furniture is renowned for offering high-end designer products to the Australian market at an affordable price. Their new ?NET? range of desking solutions is one such product – meeting all the demands of the modern office at a painless price.
March 26th, 2008
Seibu’s latest office range, ’NET’, was introduced to the market in 2007 and, despite its short history, is already webbing its way through the world. Installed by large companies such as Toyota and banking giant HSBC – who installed over 5000 units in their new headquarters in Indonesia – ‘NET’ is the clear choice for modern office spaces.
So what is it about ‘NET’ that has the working world on the bandwagon?
At Seibu, the team recognises that today’s workplace is more dynamic and technology-based than ever. Workspaces need to be more than just a place to sit. Offering space optimisation, superior quality, tremendous cable management capability, European styling, and environmentally friendly features, ‘NET’ is not an average desking solution.
Available in single desks to suit the smaller office, or full collaborative benches for open plan fitouts, ‘NET’ solutions enhance any work environment, and also come with a host of add-ons for aesthetic value – including textures, fabrics and mesh.
In a working world where wires are indispensable, reducing their visual presence is a significant task. ‘NET’ has this covered as electrical supports are concealed in socket locations and flexible cable management makes technology accessible, yet unobtrusive.
The systems are environmentally sustainable too, using environmentally low impact materials at every possible opportunity. In keeping with ECO principals, all ‘NET’ desking systems have low formaldehyde emissions, unlike other poorly designed systems on the market.
Seibu’s philosophy is to create solutions that can be adapted to a workplace’s changing needs. With ‘NET’, Seibu offers not only innovation in design, but customised solutions, environmental care, visual appeal- all at a cost-effective price.
A single seater desk from the Seibu ’NET’ range.
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