POWER | Individual office workstation
Individual melamine office workstation
Power is the logical evolution of the adjustable table which combines design and technology. Its design is based on a central, extruded aluminium column which serves as the base and structure and provides great mobility in the work space, as well as integrating technology and facilitating digital communication.
Different studies highlight the importance of “standing work“, i.e. combining working while standing with sitting down to improve concentration, reduce fatigue, relieve pressure on the lower back and increase productivity.
Its electric elevation system promotes movement and variation of the body’s position throughout the work day, encouraging dynamism and the wellbeing of the user, as well as functionality.
In its design and structure, Power was created to provide a response to new work spaces that combine movement, functionality, technology, digital communication and operational positions. Places that not only require a surface to work but a product capable of raising the work position and promoting the use of technology.
Power tables are equipped with electrification and the necessary connections to use any type of electronic device. The electrification output, made from an aluminium injection, has a circular opening that rotates 180 degrees, allowing access from different angles of the surface.
They are available in different models that fit with the different needs of current work spaces:
Individual and multiple positions for concentration with storage systems that allow integration with work tables. They have a part available which serves as a footrest to facilitate cleaning and maintain the base.
In the case of positions integrated in different storage modules, Power promotes a close office and allows positions of collaboration and socialisation to be generated between different members of the team.
Gen Positions, a new system of adjustable tables and organic shapes for working with concentration and collaboration. These tables have fixed or temporary sound-absorbing separation panels that allow configurations capable of independently regulating the height of each position.
Systems for videoconferences that facilitate training and collaboration through trapezoid shapes whose design connects present users and people on the other side of the screen. These systems promote connectivity through the integration of electrification towards the television.