The ThinkLab’s Wedge Thought Board by Luxxbox is turning the traditional workplace whiteboard on its head.
August 26th, 2016
It’s truly incredible to think back over just how much the workspace has evolved in the past fifty years. Influenced, in part, by the dot.com explosion recently; or, casting our mind further back, the radical advancements we’ve seen for minorities in the professional world; or even just the median age of our workforce generation to generation, the working world is protean and never at a standstill.
Responding to the need for agile and flexible workspaces, ThinkLab’s Wedge Thought Board by Luxxbox is designed by Jason Bird for both individuals and teams in mind. With adaptability functions to form a straight or curved movable wall, the Wedge Thought Board is fitted with high quality lockable double castors to moves with ease across all flooring surfaces. With the easy addition of a sound absorbent PET panel, the acoustic engineering keeps open-plan spaces calm.
As much a piece of designer furniture as a mobile collaborative idea board, don’t let it’s streamlined simplicity fool you. The enormous selection of add-ons and accessories available to modify the Thought Board makes it the most versatile and hard-working team-member in any office. Designed to enable the effortless addition of features with its front-mounted accessory holders – solid oak stationery shelf, storage facilities, plant holders, paper attachments, even a coffee cup holder – the results are numerous and impressive.
The Wedge Thought Board is lightweight, flexible, social and collaborative. Available also in Tasmanian Oak, the timber and laminate features takes the old whiteboard of yesteryear into the future.
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