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Office drawer unit / workstation screen


Sweden’s Abstracta is launching a fresh new profile at the industry fair Orgatec. Under the new name of Abstracta - Great Workspaces, more creative aspects of the mobile work station, designed by renowned American designer Andrea Ruggiero will be launched. Andrea Ruggiero, who is based in New York, has designed three complementary units for the Mobi series – Mobi Tech, Rover and Isla. The three new sections have been created to make portable storage easier, as well as strengthening the mobile office for more efficient meetings. Mobi, which was launched in spring 2010, is an innovative mobile work station that allows users to redefine their workspaces according to need. In its original form, the work station consists of a table with locking wheels and a sound-absorbing screen. Users can move their work stations easily to be part of a temporary working group, or turn their table to gain some privacy.
Three new complementary products are now being added to the work station providing unique solutions for efficient mobile offices. Mobi Tech is a low sideboard on wheels with a screen that provides a very useful surface next to the desk. Rover is a mobile storage drawer with a blind. Isla is a portable high table with its own screen for privacy and sound absorption. “I had open-plan offices in mind from the start when I designed these products. Their function and design is perfect for banks, travel agencies or business service centres that don’t have fixed work stations, but hire them out for the day,” says Andrea Ruggiero. With the development of Mobi, Abstracta Great Workspaces contains a closely connected group of products that make working in a mobile, portable office much easier. The products enable a single person to reconfigure their work station to suit their changing needs in no time.

Mobi Collection by Abstracta
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