NeoCon Preview: Desking
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NeoCon Preview: Desking
May 30, 2012

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NeoCon Preview: Desking_01 OFS_Eleven Swiss architect Daniel Korb’s design mantra is that furniture is architecture on a different scale. And he demonstrates this with his Eleven collection, which consists of office desks, tables, and casegoods that all boast seamless design and clean lines. Options include an under-table rail system for routing and concealing cables; a selection of powdercoat or anodized finishes; and surface materials of glass, veneer, aluminum, and even leather.

NeoCon Preview: Desking_02 GroupeLacasse_NEX Influenced by sleek modern kitchens and European office furniture, NEX desking boasts clean, minimalist design that steers away from the traditional desk with hutch configuration, without sacrificing functionality. The modular collection features options ranging from modesty panels and screens to overlapping surfaces and wide-drawer storage. All particleboard components are produced from 100 percent post-industrial waste.

NeoCon Preview: Desking_03 Teknion_Sidewise Designed for smaller work environments that still need collaborative space, the Sidewise casegoods collection consists of a vertical storage component that structurally supports a workstation, side-access storage units to optimize space, and a discreet power/data interface. The compact furniture line offers lounge-, desk-, and counter-height options for different levels of casual to formal work styles.

NeoCon Preview: Desking_04 JSI_Vision Vision is a complete series of modern casegoods with a solution for every type of workspace, whether a reception, conference room, private office, or open-plan zone. Components include four peninsula desktop shapes and modular units that double as storage and seating benches for collaborative work.