Showing at NeoCon 2012, additions to the Exponents conferencing line by Coalesse include the Exponents White Board and Mobile Display, which will be available for order in October 2012. The new Exponents White Board and Mobile Display manages to accommodate the technological needs of corporate and educational venues in a streamlined package that works with any interior space.
Exponents White Board and Mobile Display. Manufactured by Coalesse.
Elevate the Conversation with Modern & Mobile White Board
Turn any space into a technologically advanced springboard for brainstorming. Exponents White Board is a mobile pad that allows users to “Move the message. Work the room.” The large board adds functionality to any room, from the classroom to the conference room, allowing students and workers alike to map out their thoughts, ideas, problems, and plans. Available in writable laminate or magnetic ceramic-coated steel, the Exponents White Board and Mobile Display is ready to receive everyone’s input.
Coalesse, the company that bridges office and education contract solutions with high style, designed the original Exponents Collection with an “architectural design language composed of vertical and horizontal planes.” The San Francisco-based Coalesse design team wants the Exponents conferencing line to be comprehensive, flexible, and functional. The new Exponents White Board works with the look of the original products, which include everything from credenzas to technology displays.
About the Manufacturer: Just as the name implies, manufacturer Coalesse is the millennial answer to the merging of life and work. The company recognizes that the line between the two is increasingly blurred. Just so, consumers want work furnishings that they can live with (and in), and Coalesse creates them. The company’s product line includes everything from conference tables to lounge chairs, wardrobes to lecterns. But beyond a mere product line, Coalesse is a philosophy for a new age: “Coalesse is a cause. It’s a belief in the solution, more than in the object. It’s a belief that experiences matter and space should be inspiring.”