These used Herman Miller panels were refurbished with new fabric and trim. Used work-surfaces and used storage helped offset the cost compared to new cubicles. Both stations are 8' x 8' with open shelves and hanging box/file pedestals for storage. Sorry about the grainy photos. Bad lighting.
"Lots of workspace" said this supervisor. A corner desk from our standards line measuring 90" x 108" seemed to do the trick. Lateral file and combination file are built into the right side leaving plenty of chair space in the middle and on the left. Completed with a matching table and some sleek break-room chairs.
This install was a little different in that our customer wanted tables instead of desks. Sometimes a large company needs to rent a mobile office trailer while a new building is being finalized or renovated. In this case, the company purchased these tables knowing that they would use them in a conference setting later. The open design of the table will allow them to use drawers they have in storage. Planning ahead is a great way to make sure your investment doesn't go to waste
This desk has several interesting characteristics. The front of the desk is technically a credenza shell. Credenza shells are typically between 20" and 24" deep - smaller than a traditional desk depth of 30", 36" and other sizes in between. A credenza also differs from a desk in that the modesty panel (front of the desk) is flush with the top edge of the desk. A desk will often times have an "overhang" on the side where potential customers will sit. This is caused by the mod
Frosted glass accents really help break up the monotony of laminate on larger desks. This one has a bow-front with a corner extension, a combination file in the credenza, and a lateral file/storage cabinet combo to make this desk 9' wide in the back. Matching frosted glass accents on the storage cabinet and hutch bring our classic line to the next level. A visconti tackboard and tasklight complete the hutch features.
Today we head to Sonora, CA. This large facility needed a workstation with lots of storage in a small space. Our elements line provided just what they were looking for. 2 separate surfaces combine to make 84" of desk space. Underneath, we have a mobile box/file pedestal and a combination file for both functionality and storage. Wall mounted overhead cabinets complete the look.
This upstairs room at a loading facility will be exposed to lots of dirt, dust, and other miscellaneous particles. Traditionally, the cubicle's major downfall is trying to keep the fabric panels clean. This cubicle has laminate walls in addition to the laminate worksurface, metal trim, and metal storage. There are no porous materials in this design making it very easy to clean.
This is a perfect example of modern functionality. Using a height adjustable base in front, we can raise and lower the desk for standing or sitting. The return in this case is a freestanding table wide enough to fit 2 mobile silver pedestals underneath. The guest chairs are from our economical Baker series selection and have added casters for mobility.