System furniture

System furniture

Modular office furniture with provision for integrated electrical and data connections, including desktops, shelving, and drawers; they can be interconnected in a variety of combinations to create individual or linked workstations.
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After that the company expanded its manufacturing operations to encompass system furniture as well as interior design and decoration.
The line, which includes tables for interaction, mobile device carts, presentation system furniture, and soft seating with power, is designed so multiple products can be used together to enable technology to be used to its fullest capacity.
The first system furniture designer for SUI was hired in 1989 just as computers were beginning to be used for engineering and design.
Toblerone, the Swiss army knife (Karl Elsener, 1897), Univers typeface (Adrian Frutiger, 1954), Max Bill's graphics, USM Haller (1963) system furniture? Cologne's Applied Arts Museum has an 11-year tradition of coupling events with the annual Furniture Fair.
Selecting the correct system furniture for mass purchasing has become more complicated for the one time purchaser.
In the 1970s, computers being integrated into the workplace pushed system furniture sales which in turn pushed the industry, Goodwin said.
RJE Business Interiors specializes in system furniture, featuring Knoll workstations and accessories.
Scanteak (Taiwan), Order System Furniture Co., and Mercuries Furniture Co., are expanding sales network.
Over the years since office system furniture was first introduced, three basic types have evolved:

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